Conservation of Velocity Problem

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Re: Conservation of Velocity Problem

Post by Nevyn on Wed Dec 05, 2018 4:27 pm

That radiation graph is interesting. Penetration of the atmosphere is a bit different to the penetration of a substance that I looked at, but still applicable.

That is a very large split at the boundary between ultra-violet and visible light. Also a strange curve in the infra-red and microwave regions. I wonder what is causing that? Could be some interaction with Earth's charge field (magnetosphere, ionosphere, etc) or even air molecules and other atoms in the atmosphere. That is what makes this different to penetration of a single substance, the atmosphere, or near-Earth environment, contains many things and they all need to be penetrated to reach the surface.
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