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Of fun ct. VI. VII V, VI 0,6 0,8 Vll, VIII VII, VIII. Table II gives solutions of the auxiliary equations which give ~~) ( r , e) and e) [cf. 51)] for the same values of the parameters. 1 - r • sect Table III contains the constants - 2- C • e = C • [cf. 52)]. Cal- B~~ (r, culations of the intef¥lity of scattered radiation for nonzero values of the albedo of the earth •s surface I~)( r , e, 1/1), are carried out using (i = 1, 2). (3. , the total downward flux of direct and scattered radiation at z = 0.

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The charts clearly show that as C increases, pairs of isophotes corresponding to equal values of intensity but different scattering functions approach each other, and, as was already stated above, tend to the isophotes for spherical scattering function. More accurate quantitative information on the difference between brightnesses corresponding to the two scattering functions, as the zenith distance of the sun varies, is given by Figs. 26 and 27, which show that, with the exception of large values of e, the brightnesses of the downward radiation corresponding to the different scattering functions are very nearly the same for sufficiently large (;.

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