Comparison of predicted and measured exospheric temperatures, Texo, of the giant planets. From Miller et al. (2005).
|Solar system giant planet||Heliocentric distance (AU)||Absorbed solar flux (W m−2)||T exo observed (K)||T exo calculated (K)|
|Neptune||30.07||1.1 × 10−6||600||132|
|Uranus||19.19||2.7 × 10−6||800||138|
|Saturn||9.57||1.1 × 10−5||420||177|
|Jupiter||5.20||3.7 × 10−5||940||203|
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