### Why is (for Earth Te =255K) NASA calculation so inaccurate – too high?

**Earth without-atmosphere and higher than Moon Albedo (a=0,306), when measured by NASA the Earthen equilibrium temperature should be even less than 210K.**

** Why is (for Earth Te =255K) NASA calculation so inaccurate – too high? **

**And Tse – Te = 288K - 210K = 78C the measured GHE then?**

### The planet effective temperature Te is not the limit to the avg. temperature rise.

**There is a deeply established concept that "The avg. planetary temperature changes with rotation speed rising to equilibrium temperature as the spin rate increases.”**

**This concept determines the planet effective (equilibrium) temperature Te as a kind of cut-off point. This concept states, planet avg. temperature (the avg. surface without-atmosphere temperature) cannot exceed the planet effective (equilibrium) temperature Te, no matter how fast the planet rotational spin.**

**What we actually observe is the following:**

**The avg. planetary temperature changes with rotation speed rising to equilibrium temperature and overgoing it as the spin rate increases...**

** Notice, there is a limit to the avg. planetary temperature rise, but it is not the Te or the Te.corrected. **

**Also the calculated Te and Te.corrected assume planet having reached uniform surface temperature, which is impossible, because planets always are solar irradiated by one side, and, no matter how fast they rotate, the solar lit side is always warmer…**

**And there are not measured data for planets' blackbody temperatures, because planet blackbody temperatures, (either the not corrected Te and the corrected Te.corrected) are only mathematical abstractions.**