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Abstract

The Planck function in wavelength units (λμm in μm; T in K) is
$$ {B_{\lambda }} = 2h{c^{2}}{\lambda ^{{ - 5}}}/\left( {{e^{{hc/k\lambda T}}} - 1} \right) $$
$$ = 1.1910 \times {10^{8}}\lambda _{{\mu m}}^{{ - 5}}/({e^{{14387.7/\lambda \mu mT}}} - 1)W{m^{{ - 2}}}\mu {m^{{ - 1}}}s{r^{{ - 1}}} $$

Keywords

Precipitable Water Vapor Interstellar Dust Atmospheric Transmission Background Emission Detector Quantum Efficiency 
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