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Effect of the Sun shift from the center of inertia on the temperature of the troposphere

Abstract

The effect of space factors on the Earth’s albedo and the near-Earth air temperature is considered. The existence of a strong statistical relation between the temperature of the near-Earth atmosphere and the calculated shift of the Sun from the Solar System center of inertia is determined. The variations in the temperature of the near-Earth atmosphere in southwestern Siberia are estimated to 2050. The dependence of solar activity on the twisting of the Sun motion trajectory has been indicated.

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Original Russian Text © N.N. Zavalishin, 2009, published in Optika Atmosfery i Okeana.

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Zavalishin, N.N. Effect of the Sun shift from the center of inertia on the temperature of the troposphere. Atmos Ocean Opt 22, 118–120 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1024856009010175

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Keywords

  • Solar Activity
  • Darboux Vector
  • Interdecadal Climate Variability
  • Cosmic Factor
  • Wolf Number Maximum