Extraterrestrial solar spectrum, 3000-6100 a at 1-a intervals.

@article{Thekaekara1974ExtraterrestrialSS,
  title={Extraterrestrial solar spectrum, 3000-6100 a at 1-a intervals.},
  author={M P Thekaekara},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={1974},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={518-22}
}
Standard values of the solar constant and extraterrestrial solar spectrum are reviewed. In the visible and near uv, this listing of average irradiance over 100-A bandwidths at 50-A intervals was found to be inadequate for many applications. A more detailed spectrum obtained from solar scans with a Perkin-Elmer, Model 112 monochromator was found to give sufficient detail. A normalization program was developed to make the Perkin-Elmer curve agree with the standard curve. Values of… CONTINUE READING
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