The near-infrared nitric oxide nightglow in the upper atmosphere of Venus
The v′ = 0 progressions of the C → X and A → X band systems of nitric oxide dominate the middle-UV spectrum of the night-time upper atmospheres of the Earth, Mars, and Venus. The C(0) → A(0)+hν radiative transition at 1.224 μm, the only channel
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