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Adding Albedo and Atmospheres
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10.1119/1.4792009
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Fig. 1.

Plot comparing observed temperatures 9 to those calculated with Eq. (1) .

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Fig. 2.

The greenhouse effect. A planet's surface temperature rises when long wave infrared radiation emitted from the surface is trapped in the atmosphere by carbon dioxide and other “greenhouse gases” such as methane and water vapor.

Tables

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Table I.

Comparison of observed planetary temperatures 9 from the original model 1 and those calculated taking albedo, 7 Eq. (1) , the greenhouse effect, and Eqs. (2) a and (3) b into account.

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