A3_2_Uranus and Neptune, non-identical twins?_v2

Owen Littlejohns, Kathryn Hill, Ryan Laird


The blackbody temperatures for Uranus and Neptune are calculated and the differences between absorbed solar flux and emitted energy are discussed. Two alternative theories for Uranus’ apparent lack of internal heat are proposed and the presence of layered convection is favoured.


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