Radiative Energy Transfer on Entry into Mars and Venus: Quarterly Report No. 3

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Author(s): Davies, William O.
Corporate Author(s): Armour Research Foundation
Corporate Report Number: ARF-1200-3
Date of Publication: 1962-09
Pages: 53
Contract: NASr-65(00)
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Identifier: 63N10142

Emission spectra of the molecular species present in the atmospheres of Mars and Venus are determined to provide quantitative information for evaluation of the radiative heating of probes entering these atmospheres. Values of emission intensity from carbon dioxide and nitrogen mixtures are given, along with spectra for the infrared emission of carbon dioxide and ultraviolet, and visible emission of carbon monoxide.

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