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Unformatted text preview: value is about 1/10, indicating that the moon is not Lambertian, which is attributed to small glassy particles that behave as retro-reflectors. 2. Consider the intensity and brightness of the full moon versus position across its surface. Give the functional dependence of the irradiance from the sun onto the actual (not projected) surface. Assuming again that the moon is Lambertian, give the dependence of perceived intensity versus position along the moons disk). Now compare an image of the moon with an ideal Lambertian disk (below). The Lambertian disk exhibits a phenomenon know as limb-darkening. Discuss your result in terms of problem 1, above. Lambertian Disk Lunar Disk Homework assignments will appear on the web at: http://www.ece.udel.edu/~kolodzey/courses/eleg867f09.html. Note: On each homework and report submission, please give your name, the due date, assignment number and the course number....
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