A Composite, High-Resolution Solar Spectrum From 2080 to 3600 A

To satisfy a need for digitized information on the solar spectrum between 2000 and 3600 A, an attempt was made to combine the available measurements into a composite, high-resolution solar spectrum in absolute units. The final values, though not absolutely accurate, should be adequate for many geophysical studies involving the near and middle ultraviolet portion of the solar spectrum.

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Author Furukawa, Paul
Haagenson, Philip
Scharberg, Mary Jo
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Publication Date 1967-01-01T00:00:00
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Suggested Citation Furukawa, Paul, Haagenson, Philip, Scharberg, Mary Jo. (1967). A Composite, High-Resolution Solar Spectrum From 2080 to 3600 A. UCAR/NCAR - Library. http://n2t.net/ark:/85065/d71v5dcv. Accessed 01 October 2023.

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