Short Method for Determination of Atmospheric Transmission Coefficients
Most work in atmospheric optics requires knowledge of the transmission coefficients of the atmosphere in one or another spectral region. Determination of these coefficients by the well-known “long” method of Bouguer entails rather large expenditures of time. Moreover, this method gives accurate values only for an optically stable atmosphere. There is therefore a need for “short” methods.
KeywordsTransmission Coefficient Angular Distance Direct Solar Radiation Atmospheric Optic Short Method
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