Solar flux at Earth's distance (R=1AU) from the sun
So =1361 W/m²
Earth's Albedo a=0,306
Moon's Albedo a=0,11
Moon's Tmean =220K
Solar irradiance (Moon's surface /Earth's surface) ratio
(1-0,11)So /(1-0,306)So = 0,89 /0.694 = 1,2824
or 28,24% more SW EM incident energy available on the Moon's surface.
(Earth's Tmean=288K /Moon's Tmean =220K) ratio
288K/220K = 1,3091
(Earth's Tmean⁴ =288K⁴ /Moon's Tmean⁴ =220K⁴) ratio
(288K /220K)⁴ = 1,3091⁴ = 2,9368
The simple and logical conclusion:
Earth's surface emits 2,94 or almost three times as much IR EM energy than Moon's surface does.
On the other hand Moon's surface receives almost 30% more solar SW EM energy than Earth's surface.
This huge (gigantic) discrepancy cannot be explained by the Earth's thin atmosphere's trace greenhouse gases content. It cannot be explained by the GHE whatsoever!
There is no way Earth's atmosphere can balance this huge (Moon' s surface /Earth's surface) IR emission difference:
2,9368 - 1 = 1,9368 or 1,94 times more
the 1,94 times more than Moon's surface IR EM emission the Earth's atmosphere downward IR EM emission impossible !!!
"Have you worked out how surface emission from Earth has deep notches removed at the CO2 wavelengths?"
The tiny CO2 0,04% content in Earth's atmosphere cannot absorb (deep notches removed at the CO2 wavelengths).
Link to the graph:
Also, the tiny CO2 0,04% content in Earth's atmosphere cannot absorb almost the 1/2 of the emitted (according to the graph) by earth's surface IR EM energy.
Also, the tiny CO2 0,04% content in Earth's atmosphere cannot absorb the entire amount emitted by earth's surface at 15 μκ IR EM energy.
The two lines comparison in the graph is mistaken, because Earth is a planet and planets are not blackbodies.
A planet doesn't have uniform surface temperature. The uniform surface temperature is basic for the blackbody definition.
06.11 | 11:57
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06.11 | 10:26
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