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A NEW OPERATIONAL SATELLITE-TO-IRRADIANCE MODEL - DESCRIPTION AND VALIDATION

@inproceedings{Perez2002ANO,
  title={A NEW OPERATIONAL SATELLITE-TO-IRRADIANCE MODEL - DESCRIPTION AND VALIDATION},
  author={Richard Perez and Pierre Ineichen and Kathleen Moore and Marek Kmiecik and Cyril Chain and R. L. George and Frank Vignola},
  year={2002}
}
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