Vol. 2, issue 01, article # 3

pdf Pavlov V. E., Yegorova L. A. On the choice of spectral intervals in the problems of twilight sensing of the atmosphere. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1989. V. 2. No. 01. P. 19-22.
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Solar spectrum measurements, with the sun located not far from the terrestrial horizon, have been used to determine visible and near IR spectral intervals with mini-mum gas absorption. These intervals seem to be appropriate for atmospheric sounding in the twilight.


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