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Which has the lowest albedo?

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Anonymous
2020-07-12 01:33:20
2020-07-12 01:33:20

A wet field

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2020-06-11 19:49:37
2020-06-11 19:49:37

Hi

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2016-03-09 16:27:10
2016-03-09 16:27:10

A blacktop highway

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The color black generally has the lowest albedo, or reflectivity.

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Charcoal has the lowest albedo. Albedo is the reflectivity of light from a surface.

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Albedo means reflectivity. The higher the albedo, the more light (and heat) is being reflected. Generally, the darker the color, the lower the albedo : most of the energy is absorbed. Snow has a fairly high albedo, as do clouds. Black tar roofs have a very low albedo.

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Neptune has an albedo of 0.290 (bond) The Earth for comparison has an albedo of 0.367

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Albedo is a measure of reflectivity; it is a measure of the percentage of light reflected from a surface. A perfect mirror would have an albedo of 1, while white snow has an albedo of about 0.9. Charcoal has an albedo of about 0.04.An albedo higher than 1 is impossible.

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The Albedo of Uranus is 0.51

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Albedo. The albedo of the Earth is 0.367. When Vangelis released his album, Albedo 0.39, that was what the albedo of Earth was in 1976.

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Albedo of shiny aluminum is 95%

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Yes, everything has albedo. Albedo refers to the reflectivity of any object or substance. White clouds have a high albedo - they reflect a lot of light. Dark clouds have a lower albedo; they don't reflect as much.

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The moon's albedo is the amount of light that it gets that is reflected back into space. The moon's albedo is about 12%.

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The albedo of the Earth is:0.367 (geometric)0.306 (Bond)So Vangelis was incorrect in their album of Albedo 0.39.

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Albedo is the fraction of sunlight that hits a planet that is reflected back out into space. A bright white planet that's full of ice would have a high albedo.

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Albedo is a lead villain in the fictional Ben 10 series. Albedo forms an alliance with Vilgax to destroy Ben. Vilgax assured Albedo that he will get him Ben's omnitrix.

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Albedo means how reflective the earth is. Snow increases the earth's albedo by reflecting more of the sun's radiation.

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Actually the very highest Albedo is from fresh snow which reads .8 to .9 (1 being the highest possible on the Albedo scale)

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An object that has a high albedo is one that is highly reflective, but a poor absorber. An object that has a low albedo is one that does not reflect well, therefore, is a good absorber. This means that a black object has low albedo.

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Dark. Albedo refers to the percentage of incoming light that is reflected.

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Albedo is the proportion of light that an object reflects.

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The albedo, (Latin for white) is a measure of reflected sunlight. Charcoal has an albedo of 0,04; snow 0,9The planet with the highest albedo is Venus, whereas Mercury is the lowest.The object with the highest albedo is a moon of Saturn - EnceladusPlanetsMercury : 0.106Venus : 0.65Earth - 0.367Moon : 0.12Mars : 0.25Jupiter : 0.52Europa 0.67Saturn : 0.47Enceladus 0,99Uranus : 0.51Neptune -: 0.41Dwarf PlanetsPluto -: 0.49 -> 0.66 depending on where it is in it's orbitEris : 0.96Ceres : 0.090Values used are the geometric albedo as opposed to the Bond or Kaufmann value. The higher the value the more "reflective" a body is.See releated link for more information

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Clouds can increase a planet's albedo asthey reflect the radiation

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A higher albedo means that a higher percentage of incoming light is reflected.

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A higher albedo means that more of the incident radiation is reflected, and less of it is absorbed.

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The cast of Albedo - 1983 includes: Paule Baillargeon

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The average overall albedo of Earth, itsplanetary albedo, is 30 to 35%, because of the covering by clouds, but varies widely locally across the surface, depending on the geological and environmental features.


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