This lesson covers the concept of radiative equilibrium and scattering in the context of radiative transfer. It explains the equation for radiative transfer with scattering and how it differs from the pure absorption case. The lesson also discusses the Exponential Kernel approximation and the Eddington approximation, which are used to simplify the problem of angular integration. It further explains the concept of isotropic scattering and the two-stream approximation. The lesson also introduces the moment method, which provides a different approach to approximating the angular variation of intensity. The lesson concludes with a discussion on the role of conduction in smoothing the temperature profile and ensuring a continuous temperature profile.

- Radiative equilibrium and scattering are important concepts in radiative transfer.
- The equation for radiative transfer with scattering is more complex than the pure absorption case.
- The Exponential Kernel approximation and the Eddington approximation are used to simplify the problem of angular integration.
- Isotropic scattering and the two-stream approximation are key concepts in understanding radiative transfer.
- The moment method provides a different approach to approximating the angular variation of intensity.
- Conduction plays a crucial role in smoothing the temperature profile and ensuring a continuous temperature profile.

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