A Planet Effective Temperature Complete Formula Te = [ Φ (1-a) S (β*N*cp)¹∕ ⁴ /4σ ]¹∕ ⁴

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The faster a planet rotates the higher is the planet’s mean temperature.

Assuming there is not a rotating planet surface solar irradiation warming phenomenon.

Let’s take a closer look at the Mercury, Moon and Mars.

All of them are considered planets without atmosphere.

Everything else equals the Tmean temperatures should be related as:

(1/R²) ¹∕ ⁴ = (1/R)¹∕ ²

Where - R in AU is the planet’s average distance from the sun.

So we have the distance related planet mean temperatures:

Tmean.mercury : Tmean.moon : T.mean.mars (1/Rmercury)¹∕ ² : (1/Rmoon)¹∕ ² : (1/Rmars)¹∕ ²

(1/0,387)¹∕ ² : (1/1)¹∕ ² : (1/1,5)¹∕ ²

1,6075 : 1 : 0,8165

Now let’s have in a row the planet satellites measured temperatures

Planet or……Te.incomplete…….Te.complete ……….Te.satellites moon…………..formula…………….......formula…………….measured

Mercury……….437 K……………...........346,11 K…………….340 K

Earth……………255 K……………............288,36 K…………….288 K

Moon……………271 Κ……………...........221,74 Κ…………….220 Κ

Mars……………211,52 K…………..........215,23 K…………….210 K

 

Tmean.mercury = 340 K

Tmean.moon = 220 K

Tmean.mars = 210 K

Let’s compare the measurements Tmercury:Tmoon:Tmars

340 : 220 : 210

340/220 : 1 : 210/220

1,5456 : 1 : 0,9545

Let’s put them together

……………………...........Mercury Moon Mars

Tdistance related.....1,6075 : 1 : 0,8165

T sat. measured...….1,5456 : 1 : 0,9545

Let’s see what it is we found:

Distant related Mercury’s temperature appears to be higher than the measured.

Distant related Mars’ temperature appears to be lower than the measured.

Mercury has a lower than Moon albedo (the measured T should be higher, but it is lower).

Mars has higher than Moon albedo (the measured T should be lower, but it is higher).

I have repeated it many times; I believe in NASA satellites planet temperature measurements.

The above result can be explained only by the planet sidereal rotation period differences:

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

Planet or…….Te.incomplete… Te.satellites…..Rotations moon………….......formula…………measured……....per day

Mercury………....…437 K…………....…340 K………...…1/58

Earth……………......255 K…………....…288 K…………......1

Moon………….....…271 Κ…………....…220 Κ………..…1/29,5

Mars………….....….211,52 K…….......210 K………...…....1

Mercury rotates 1/2 the Moon does. So the measured Tmean.mercury appears lower.

Mars rotates 29,5 times faster than Moon. So the measured Tmean.mars appears higher.

Thus we once again conclude: the faster a planet rotates the higher is the planet’s mean temperature.