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Some interesting facts about weather

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« on: May 09, 2009, 08:39:43 pm »

I have just found an info about how the illuminance of environment changes if the sky is 100% covered with clouds:

Cb 0.2
Ns 0.21
St 0.24
Sc 0.31
As 0.48
Ac 0.71
Cu 0.48
Cs 0.65
Ci 0.72
(comparative to clear sky = 1.00)

P.S. Hope to see (or to add myself) some more interesting facts in this topic
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