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Problem Set #2 Fernando Reyes

Problem Set #2 Fernando Reyes - need to know the input from...

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1. How many watts are being emitted from my head? P = I * A P = 30 W 2. Temperature Equilibrium for moon assuming no heat transfer. I am assuming an albedo of one. Therefore, the radius square, pie and extra stuff are canceled out, we get the following: Isolar = 1350 w/m2 Therefore, the answer is 330K For the dark side, the answer is zero, because since there is no solar input, there isn’t any solar output. 3. There is no solar input to ground because of atmosphere. Therefore, the T of the ground is dependent on the output that comes down from the atmosphere. To figure this out, we
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Unformatted text preview: need to know the input from the sun to the atmosphere and the output of the atmosphere that goes up out of the Earth balanced system. That will get you the T to figure out the intensity of the atmosphere as it goes down. The intensity is equal to 225.7 W/m2 Seeing as this is also the total energy going down to Earth, seeing as there is no solar input, the answer is just a simple calculation of T. The total is 251K....
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