Radiational Cooling

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(New page: The cooling of the earth's surface and the adjacent air. Although it occurs primarily at night, it happens when the earth's surface suffers a net loss of heat due to outgoing radiation.)
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-The cooling of the earth's surface and the adjacent air. Although it occurs primarily at night, it happens when the earth's surface suffers a net loss of heat due to outgoing radiation.+The cooling of the earth's surface and the adjacent [[air]]. Although it occurs primarily at night, it happens when the earth's surface suffers a net loss of heat due to outgoing radiation.
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The cooling of the earth's surface and the adjacent air. Although it occurs primarily at night, it happens when the earth's surface suffers a net loss of heat due to outgoing radiation.


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