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Message No. 5, Started by jmliao on 12/21/99
it would be nice if you gave some idea of how to calculate the amount of heat radiated -- we didnt know what to use for the parameters so we couldnt match your 20 watts.

Mme Baker
Mlle Liao
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Quiche, -150 °F is an estimate for the temperature in the upper laye...
No. 25, Posted by canucme on 01/07/00, 09:59 PST.
canucme, Why is the night sky -150F? I have a co-worker who insists, de...
No. 20, Posted by quiche on 01/06/00, 16:25 PST.
Thanks for your response. I think i understand the example much better now...
No. 13, Posted by daffodil on 01/05/00, 09:03 PST.
To mimic a bald head exposed to the cold night sky, try these values: Ob...
No. 6, Posted by canucme on 12/21/99, 15:55 PST.
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