Radiometer for taking solar radiation measurements
Radiometer for taking simple solar radiation measurements, used by Dr Griffith Pugh to provide physiological data for and during the Mount Everest expedition of 1953, United Kingdom, 1952-3. It was set up in the mouth of an ice cave, and gave readings of solar reflection from the snow on slopes opposite.
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