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Handbook of geophysics and space environments

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        LC Classifications1965
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        Paginationxvi, 88 p. :
        Number of Pages54
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This handbook is a comprehensive collection of data, formulas, definitions, and theories concerning the natural environment. Page Count 1038 Abstract This fourth edition of the Air Force Handbook of Geophysics and the Space Environment has been completely revised.

It was designed to serve a broad spectrum of users: the Handbook of geophysics and space environments, designer, developer, and operator of aerospace systems; the scientist who will find the tables and figures a convenient reference in his own field; the specialist who needs environmental data in another discipline; and science minded people who seek a summary of space-age environmental research. J Falcone Jr Publisher: ISBN: Category: Page: 40 View: 239 The need for geophysical and astrophysical information is critical for the design of aircraft, missiles, and satellites.

The E-mail message field is required. The subject of electrical charging of space vehicles has been of special concern to the Air Force and has been included to aid the designers interested in that problem.

The subject of electrical charging of space vehicles has been of special concern to the Air Force and has been included to aid the designers interested in that problem. Air Force to organize some of these data into compact form. It begins with chapters on the sun and its emissions, then treats the earth's magnetic field and the radiation belts, and follows with chapters on the ionosphere and the aurora.

It was designed to serve a broad spectrum of users: the planner, designer, developer, and operator of aerospace systems; the scientist who will find the tables and figures a convenient reference in his own field; the specialist who needs environmental data in another discipline; and science minded people who seek a summary of space-age environmental research. Handbook of Geophysics and the Space Environment.

Applications include the accurate forecasting of rainfall and other severe weather, the use of radar data as an input for forecasting models, the understanding of the problems of airborne pollution, and how to specify and install radar systems at remote sites.

Section 2 contains a discussion of the method of deriving nominal M-Z relations, applies the method to data acquired at Kwajalein Missile Range, and provides M-Z relations for rain, small snow, large snow, and bullet rosettes.

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Publisher: ISBN: Category: Geophysics Page: 620 View: 468 This handbook is a comprehensive collection of data, formulas, definitions, and theories concerning the natural environment. Author: Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories U. Dyer Publisher: ISBN: Category: Airplanes, Military Page: 52 View: 306 The standard procedure for estimating the point value of liquid water content M along the reentry path of a ballistic missile is to use a radar derived value of radar reflectivity factor Zwith the M to Z relation obtained from aircraft measurements of the particle spectrum.

Keywords: Geophysics; Sun; Solar wing; Solar irradiance; Radiation belts; Ionosphere; Aurora; Air glow; Density; Temperature; Pressure; Winds; Earth atmosphere; Gravity; Geodesy; Infrared astronomy.