NaN after the processing Radiance to Reflectance - Atmospheric corrections?

Good morning,

I would like to understand why some pixels get after the Radiance to Reflectance processor have an NaN value.
Do you have an explanation for that ?
Is it do to some pixels which are not correctly extracted during the processing ?
https://sentinel.esa.int/web/sentinel/technical-guides/sentinel-3-olci/level-2/radiance-to-reflectance-conversion

I guess that these issues are due to some atmospheric corrections which are cannot be computed (==> NaN).

Thanks.

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