The Atmospheres of Venus and Mars
John C. Brandt, Michael B. McElroy
Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1968 - Mars (Planet) - 288 pages
Retells five classic eerie stories in pop-up format, including "Dracula's Guest" and "The Masque of the Red Death."
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Introductory Comments on Venuss Lower Atmosphere
Multiple Light Scattering in Planetary Atmospheres
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absorption albedo altitude amount analysis angle appears approximately assumed atmosphere band calculated Chamberlain circulation cloud computed considerable considered constant corresponding curve density determined diffusion discussed Earth effect electron energy equation errors estimates excitation expected field Figure Fjeldbo flux formed function given gives gradient heat height important increase indicated intensity interpretation ionization ionosphere layer less limit loss lower Mariner Mars Martian McElroy mean measurements method motions neutral observed obtained occultation occur optical particles peak phase physical planet planetary possible potential present pressure problem produced radiation radiative range ratio References region rotation scale height scattering shown shows similar solar Space spectra spectrum studies suggested surface surface pressure Table taken temperature thermal thickness tion transfer upper atmosphere Venus vertical wave wind