Atmospheric acoustics of Titan , Mars , Venus , and Earth

@inproceedings{Petculescu2006AtmosphericAO,
  title={Atmospheric acoustics of Titan , Mars , Venus , and Earth},
  author={Andi G. Petculescu and Richard M. Lueptow},
  year={2006}
}
Planetary atmospheres are complex dynamical systems whose structure, composition, and dynamics intimately affect the propagation of sound. Thus, acoustic waves, being coupled directly to the medium, can effectively probe planetary environments. Here we show how the acoustic absorption and speed of sound in the atmospheres of Venus, Mars, Titan, and Earth (as predicted by a recent molecular acoustics model) mirror the different environments. Starting at the surface, where the sound speed ranges… CONTINUE READING

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