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Clouds and the atmosphere.
You see the International space station at night because it reflects sunlight back to earth.
The atmosphere reflects some of the energy back into space.
Of the eight planets in our solar system, Venus has the highest albedo. Thus, it reflects the largest percent of light striking it back into space.
CloudsParticles in the atmosphereOceansSnow and icePart of the solar energy that comes to Earth is reflected back out to space in the same, short wavelengths in which it came to Earth.
The ionosphere contains weakly ionized gas which reflects radio waves.
Clouds can reflect some light back to space depending on the water content in the clouds. The water causes a prism which reflects light back into space.
Because its mirror like surface reflects the sun's light back to earth.
Venus, my friend. She reflects about 75% of the light that hits her clouds back to space. Seen from Earth, it's Venus = the Morning Star = the Evening Star.
the earth reflects its heat on the sun then it reflects even more heat back so it causes global warming
technically it reflects the suns light back towards the earth
The space shuttle.
Gravity sustains life on Earth by holding the air in the atmosphere around Earth. Without the air, we would die of suffocation and the sun's heat. The atmosphere also reflects the sun's warmth back into space so that we aren't toasted to fritters.
Earth has lots of gravity to pull you back and space does not, space is like a never ending trampoline.
The Space Shuttle lands like a plane. When it gets to earth, there is a runway and it will land smoothly on the ground.
laika the dog was not sent back to earth
threw flying Jews
NASA gets it's space probes back to earth by computer commands. However. most space probes are not designed for re-entry and remain in space to continuously monitor planets and such.
because it acts like a mirror, and reflects sunlight back towards earth.
When the Moon lies between the Sun and the Earth the unilluminated portion of the Moon faces the Earth. In astronomical terminology this is known as a New Moon. _____________________________________________________________ Actually, the Moon reflects an equal amount of light in every phase. The difference is, how much of that reflected light then goes on to hit the Earth? During the Full Moon phase, the maximum amount of the reflected light strikes the Earth, and at the new moon phase, NONE of the reflected light is directed back toward the Earth; the reflected light is all directed back into space.
Yes, the filter won't work without the earth. That's what traps everything else.
Many interactive reasons:composition of atmosphere and levels of greenhouse gassesorbit of the earthTilt of the earthradiation from the sunamount of ice cover over the earth (reflects heat back into space)Ocean currentsvegetation coverwater cover
A trip from Earth to some orbit in space, and back to Earth.