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Each radiometer is assigned a different wavelength and a different region of Jupiter's vast atmosphere.
Now all the data—radar, radiometer, dropsonde—is right in front of him.
The radiometer detects naturally occurring radiation and calculates surface wind speed, rain rate, and sea surface temperatures.
A little more than an hour before closest approach, at a distance of about 40,700 kilometers from the planet, the atmosphere and surface radiometers detected Venus for the first time.
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