This is a revised version of the work reported to the COSPAR Symposium of 1962. In the first place, the basic components of the radio intensities ranging from 1000 MHz to 9400 MHz derived by H. Tanaka were used to establish the relation between the electron temperature and integrated number of electrons for 1960 and 1961 flights. The result justifies our former assumption that the radio intensities with which the EUV line intensities from the transition layer are to be compared should, as a first approximation, be very close to those at sunspot minimum.
In the second place, the integrated numbers of electrons from the EUV line intensities were derived based on the same data as were used by Pottasch. This is to eliminate any arbitrariness in adopting parameters which are still uncertain.
The result is that we still have a large amount of disagreement between the two sets of intensities in the sense that EUV line intensities are at least ten times stronger as might be inferred from the radio intensities. If one assumes an inhomogeneous model in which the solar disk is bright only in patches covering about 0.15 of its total area, the discrepancy would be eliminated.