The Planet Mean Surface Temperature Equation: Tmean = [ Φ (1-a) S (β*N*cp)¹∕ ⁴ /4σ ]¹∕ ⁴

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At very first look at the data table we distiquish the following:

 

Planet..Tsat.mean..Rotations..Tmin..Tmax..R..S=So*(1/R²)

............measured...per day......................in AU.......W/m²

Mercury...340 K....1/176....100 K..700 K..0,387...So*(6,67)

Earth......288 K.........1................................1.............So

Moon....220 Κ...1/29,531...100 K...390 K...1............So

Mars....210 K...0,9747...130 K..308 K..1,524..So*(1/2,32)

 

The Earth's and Mars' by satellites temperatures measurements, in relation to the incident solar irradiation intensity, appear to be higher, and it happens because of Earth's and Mars' faster rotation.

 

I should say here that I believe in NASA satellites temperatures measurements. None of my discoveries would be possible without NASA satellites very precise planet temperatures measurements.

 

 

It is the "magic" of the planet's spin.

When it is understood, it becomes science.

 

The closest to the sun planet Mercury has 15,47 times stronger solar irradiation intensity than the planet Mars has.

 

However on the Mercury's dark side

Tmin.mercury = 100 K,

when on the Mars' dark side

Tmin.mars = 130 K.

 

These are observations, these are the by satellites planets temperatures measurements.

And they cannot be explained otherwise but by the planet's Mars 171,5 times faster than planet Mercury's spin.

The planet Earth's and the planet Mars' faster rotation creates the necessary level of the "solar irradiation - planet surface" interaction phenomenon which results in the day-time much lower surface temperatures and, consequently, in much lower day-time surface infrared radiation emissions.

 

The planet Earth’s and the planet Mars’ faster rotation creates the necessary level of the "solar irradiation - planet surface" interaction phenomenon which results in higher planet surface 24-hours average temperatures.

 

 

We may conclude that there is a new found rotating planet surface solar irradiation warming phenomenon.

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The faster a planet rotates (n2>n1) the higher is the planet’s average (mean) temperature T↑mean:

Tmin↑→ Tmean Tmax

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