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Brightness oscillations of daytime sky

Nature volume 274, pages 670671 (17 August 1978) | Download Citation

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WE report here the discovery of sky brightness oscillations, observed during May 1976 and November 1977, which can be associated with atmospheric waves, perhaps on the aerosol boundary layer; this discovery also has a bearing on experiments now investigating solar diameter oscillations.

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