equations used in Remote Sensing
M = omegaT4
omegaM = total radiant exitance from surface (W/m2)
omega = Stefan-Boltzmann constant = 5.6697 x 10-8 Wm-2K-4
T = absolute temperature (K) of the surface
The law is expressed for a blackbody
wavelength = 2897 µm x °K(constant) divided by radiant Temperature
law calculates the wavelength of maximum emittance for a given temperature.
Law determines the emission spectra or pattern of eletromagnetic radiation
of a black body as a function of temperature and wavelength.