Energy from the sun provides a large part of the earth's energy use, the other part coming from internal thermal energy. Sunlight makes vegetation grow through photosynthesis. It drives the earth's weather patterns through absorption of infrared energy. It can also generate electricity directly using photovoltaic panels.
It will have kinetic energy from its velocity, and potential gravitational energy from how high it is above the earth. If it is still being driven by a rocket engine, these amounts of energy will be increasing. If the engine has stopped it is in free flight, and will continue to rise until reaching maximum height and minimum speed, then it will start to pick up speed as it falls. The total energy will be constant once the engine has stopped. Of course in practice air resistance has some effect, some energy will be given up to the air in frictional heating.
Energy from the Sun reaches Earth as radiation from various parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. Some of this energy . Some of this energy is converted to heat. Some remains as visible light.
No, some are hotter/cooler, some are more/less massive, but they all follow the same life processes.
solar energy warming the earthsolar energy captured by PV panels and converted into electricity.
Respiration (breathing) and combustion (fire). Both processes combine oxygen and some form of fuel to produce carbon dioxide, water, and energy.
Yes, some tiny amount of energy as a consequence of electrochemical neural processes, but mostly infrared heat energy.
Lost in the form of heat.
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They are all driven by energy, mainly form the Sun but also to some extent geothermal energy.
They aren't. The Sun provides energy for water waves (and, indeed, for most processes on Earth), but water is only an intermediate storage of energy, in some cases.
God created energy.
Some energy is released as heat.Actually it is about 60%
When you turn on a light bulb, electric energy is converted into light and heat. The energy stored in food fuels the body heat and the body's chemical processes.
every energy requires the suns energy the sun is the ultimate source of energy for everything -O-A2. Nuclear energy does not depend on the sun, nor does geothermal energy from the earth's core. Tidal energy is largely driven by the moon but the sun also has some effect.
organisms use some of the energy for life processes
Respiration releases free energy by oxidizing sugars or other organic substrates therefore creating some energy into ATP which is then used to provide energy to power most life processes.