Solar flux unit
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The Solar Flux Unit (SFU) is a convenient measure of spectral flux density often used in solar radio observations:
1 SFU = 104 Jy = 10−22 Wm−2Hz−1 = 10−19erg s−1cm−2Hz−1 .
See jansky for further information about related units.
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