"Europa has the smoothest surface of any known solid object in the Solar System. The apparent youth and smoothness of the surface have led to the hypothesis that a water ocean exists beneath the surface, which could conceivably harbor extraterrestrial life."
"Its surface is composed of two main types of terrain. Dark regions, saturated with impact craters and dated to four billion years ago, cover about a third of it. Lighter regions, crosscut by extensive grooves and ridges and only slightly less ancient, cover the remainder. The cause of the light terrain's disrupted geology is not fully known, but was likely the result of tectonic activity due to tidal heating."
But has a coefficient from fluid dynamics a relevance to radiative physics?
There are universal laws describing for the matter interacting with energy flow.
I considered a parallel fluid flow as an analogue to the parallel solar rays...
It is the energy interaction with matter. The laws of reflection...
We can observe it in sports, football, basketball etc.
A bullet ricocheting from a target is also an analogue of reflection. The new trajectory is angular incidence on the target dependent direction.
Thus, we are fully convinsed - there is a very important relevance between the coefficient from fluid dynamics and the radiative physics the Φ - Planet surface Solar irradiation accepting factor (the planet spherical shape and planet surface roughness coefficient).
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