volume 49, issue 3, P3.15-3.20 2008
DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-4004.2008.49315.x
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Abstract: 1: The Moon lit by earthshine, captured by Clementine in 1994. The Sun's glare is rising over the dark limb while the Earth illuminates the right hemisphere. Saturn, Mars and Mercury are seen in the bottom left of the image. (NASA) explain how classic astronomical techniques, married to the latest technology, can be used to observe earthshine, and learn about Earth's climate, among many other things.