Dear Josh, I know very little about Venus. But my naïve guess is that you will mostly see emissions from the cloud top, not from the surface.
In order to model this, you will need some data or a guess on the refractive index of the clouds at this wavelength. Best wishes, Stefan > Am 28.02.2022 um 19:31 schrieb Joshua Knicely <jknic...@alaska.edu>: > > Hi Stefan, > That's perfect! My interest is in the surface emissions on the nightside of > Venus. Thanks! > > Josh K. > > On Sun, Feb 27, 2022 at 2:01 AM Stefan Buehler > <stefan.bueh...@uni-hamburg.de> wrote: > Hello Joshua, > > ARTS does not have a sun (yet). Near infrared simulations only make sense at > night with the current version. > > Best wishes > > Stefan > > > Am 25.02.2022 um 23:44 schrieb Joshua Knicely <jknic...@alaska.edu>: > > > > Hello, > > I would like to do some radiative transfer modeling for Venus. I want to > > see about what percentage of photons emitted from the surface of Venus get > > scattered/absorbed at various altitudes. The wavelengths I'm interested in > > are NIR, 0.7-1.5 microns. > > Would ART provide reasonable estimates at these wavelengths? > > > > Thanks, > > -- > > Joshua Knicely (he/him/his) > > Ph.D. Candidate, University of Alaska Fairbanks > > > > -- > Joshua Knicely (he/him/his) > Ph.D. Candidate, University of Alaska Fairbanks _______________________________________________ arts_users.mi mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://mailman.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/mailman/listinfo/arts_users.mi