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Small-scale Turbulence in the Venus Middle Cloud Layer

Kerzhanovich, V. V. and Andreev, R. A. and Pichkhadze, K. M. and Aleksandrov, Yu. N. and Armand, N. A. and Bakit'ko, R. V. and Ignatov, S. P. and Zaĭtsev, A. L. and Blamont, J. E. and Boloh, L. and Hildebrand, C. E. and Preston, R. A. and Ingersoll, A. P. and Lysov, V. P. and Mottsulev, B. I. and Petit, G. and Vorontsov, V. A. and Vyshlov, A. S. and Young, R. E. (1986) Small-scale Turbulence in the Venus Middle Cloud Layer. Soviet Astronomy Letters, 12 (1). pp. 20-22. ISSN 0360-0327.

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Measurements of the Doppler-velocity fluctuations indicated by the radio signals from the Vega balloons testify to strong turbulence in the nightside as well as the dayside Venus cloud layer. Wind speeds vary by up to 2 m/sec on time scales of 30-100 sec.

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Additional Information:© 1986 American Institute of Physics. Submitted October 25, 1985.
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