Reflectance (left) and emission (right) spectra for the tidally-locked Earth-like case at four points in the planets orbit. Spectra for observer inclinations of 90°, 60°, and 30° are shown in progressively fainter lines. For comparison, we include the clear-sky flux for the phase =180° spectrum with an observer inclination of 90° (dashed), which highlights the importance of the role of clouds in the shortwave spectrum. The sharp drop-off in the flux ratio at short wavelengths is due to ozone absorption.
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