radiation temperature

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radiation temperature

radiation temperature

radiation temperature

radiation temperature

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Coherent emission and the escape of high brightness temperature radiation in active galactic nuclei

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Larval amphibians seek warm temperatures and do not avoid harmful UVB radiation

Theory of the jitter radiation in a magnetized plasma accompanying a temperature gradient

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Why COBE and CN spectroscopy cosmic background radiation temperature measurements differ, and a remedy

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Increase of brightness and radiation temperature in a non-inverted medium: does this work in astrophysical masers?

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Thermoluminescent Properties of Ni and Co Doped Synthetic, High Pressure, High Temperature Diamonds: Application to Ionising Radiation Dosimetry

Dose Measurements in Mixed (n,gamma) Radiation Fields in Aircraft with TLDs Under Consideration of the High Temperature Ratio


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The surface temperature of a celestial body as calculated by Stefan's law, assuming that the body behaves as a black body. The radiation temperature is usually measured over a narrow portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, such as the visible range (which gives the optical temperature).

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics — Physics.

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