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On Studying Twilight Phenomena

  • V. G. Fesenkov

Abstract

Twilight phenomena are very complex, since the brightness observed at any point in the sky is the sum of the brightnesses of the primary twilight segment and of higher-order scattering, to which, when the sun has sunk sufficiently below the horizon, we must add the background of the night sky — primarily zodiacal light.

Keywords

Vertical Circle Symmetric Point Aerosol Component Noctilucent Cloud Zenith Distance 
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Literature Cited

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    E. V. Pyaskovskaya-Fesenkova, in: Light Scattering and Polarization in the Earth’s Atmosphere [in Russian], Izd. Akad. Nauk Kazakh SSR (1962), p. 123.Google Scholar

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