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Blackbody radiation Everyone is familiar with blackbody radiation although they would not use these words. Everything emits blackbody radiation unless its temperature is at absolute zero. The intensity and wavelength of the radiation ...
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Data and Satellite Imagery - Data Description
SST. These wavelengths are chosen because they are (1) within the peak of the blackbody radiation expected from the earth and (2) transmit well through the atmosphere. The satellite measured ... minutes. However, there are several difficulties with satellite-based absolute SST measurements. First, because all radiation emanates from the top "skin" of the ocean, approximately the top 0.1 millimeter ...
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CoastView Volume 2 - Remote Sensing Fundamentals
Radiation based on the temperature of an object is called "blackbody radiation." There are other mechanisms for generating radiation, such as lasers, radio antennae, etc. These typically generate a single wavelength instead of a broad spectrum. Radiation ...
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No, it doesn't. The law for blackbody radiation ... to increase as more and more long wave radiation is emitted >from the surface and radiative ... radiation from the surface. In order to emit enough radiation out to space to achieve balance with what comes in from the sun, the surface must emit more total radiation. To emit more radiation ...
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The Efficient Windows Collaborative: Resources
Also referred to as bead stop. Blackbody. The ideal, perfect emitter and absorber of thermal radiation. It emits radiant energy at each wavelength at the maximum ... for residential Energy Codes in the United States. Infiltration. See air leakage. Infrared radiation. Invisible, electromagnetic radiation beyond red light on the spectrum, with wavelengths greater than 0.7 microns. ...
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