No. The "sub-solar" point is that point on the Earth where the Sun is STRAIGHT UP from there.
The Subsolar Point is the shortest distance between the Earth and Sun. The distance constantly changes, because of orbits, drifts, shifts, tilts, etc. However, by definition, the subsolar point is the point on the Earth's surface where the Sun is at its highest (or lowest) latitude at local solar noon. Subsolar points change daily moving from 23.5° South to 23.5° North (the solstices) and back throughout the year. To the extent that the subsolar point is directly beneath the sun (i.e., when the sun's rays are exactly perpendicular to the Earth's surface), it would also be true that the closest point on Earth to the sun at that particular point in time would be the subsolar point. NOTE: The shortest distance between two bodies forms a perpendicular line between the closest parallel planes of both bodies. Subsolar point is the term used to identify the point on a planet which is closest to the sun at any given moment.
mount Everest is the closet point to the sun on earths surface.sharma R.k.
The closest point of approach to the Sun is called "perihelion", and for the Earth, it happens around January 4 each year.
The subsolar point is that point on a planet's surface where the sun is directly overhead at any particular point in time. Another way of looking at it is that it is the point on the surface of a planet where a line between the center of the planet and the center of the sun intersects the surface of the planet. On Earth, the subsolar point is always somewhere between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn.
The subsolar point.
The subsolar point on a planet is where the sun is directly overhead. On Earth this moves between the two tropics over the course of a year, creating the longest and shortest days in both hemispheres. The subsolar point also moves around the earth over the course of a day.
The sun's gravitational pull is strongest because the earth is at its closest point to the sun.
"Perihelion". We're there during the first few days of January.
That would be at the moment of the New Moon closest to perihelion, which happens to be the one closest to New Years day or January 2. The moon is then in between the Earth and sun, while the Earth/Moon system is closest to the sun.
Aphelion, which basically means "closest to the sun" in Greek.