On the nature of short-period variations of the Lunar radio emission in the centimeter wave range
|1Golubnichii, PI, 1Reshetnyak, DV, 1Filonenko, AD, 1Khoroshun, AN |
1Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University, Lugansk, Ukraine
|Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2011, 17 ;(1):76-79|
|Publication Language: Russian|
It is shown that the fall of massive (< 104 kg) meteoroids on the lunar surface can not be the proximate cause of short-period variations of radio flux. Our estimate for the intensity of radio emission attending the fracture of brittle materials is less than the estimate measured with radio telescopes at frequencies of about 2 GHz by eight orders of magnitude.
|Keywords: lunar surface, meteoroids, radio emission intensity|
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