The results are presented of calculations of the integral radio emission of Mars during the opposition of 1971. It is shown that in order to determine the electrical properties of the Martian soil it is expedient to perform simultaneous measurements of the integral radio temperature at two wavelengths.
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In conclusion we thank V. S. Troitskii for his constant attention to this work and a number of valuable comments.
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Krotikov, V.D., Shchuko, O.B. On the integral radio emission of Mars during the opposition of 1971. Radiophys Quantum Electron 15, 365–366 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02210721
- Electrical Property
- Quantum Electronics
- Nonlinear Optic
- Simultaneous Measurement
- Radio Emission