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Yes. All planets reflect some amount of sunlight, b/c that's what a surface will do if it isn't perfectly matte black.
Neither of those things. Only the color of the light before it even reaches the reflecting surface.
The greatest amount of solar energy reaches the surface of the ocean near the equator. This is because the sun's rays are more direct at the equator, resulting in higher solar intensity. Additionally, the equatorial regions generally experience less cloud cover, allowing more sunlight to reach the surface of the ocean.
the gases, due to their low density in comparison to solids or fluids occupy the greatest amount of space
Earth has a tilted axis. As the Earth revolves around the sun, either the Northern or Southern hemisphere is aimed more directly at the sun. This means a higher consentration and thus, insolation (see insolation).
They scatter sunlight, reducing the amount that reaches the surface as direct radiation (increasing the amount that reaches as diffuse).
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Insolation is a measurement of the solar radiation received by a surface over a unit time. It is an abbreviation for "incoming solar radiation."the amount of sunlight that reaches a planet.
Dry, Hot, Windy weather will cause the greatest amount. hope this helped :)
The ozone layer has the greatest effect on the amount of ultraviolet radiation received at the earth's surface from the Sun. Cloud formation and atmospheric thickness, in combination with solar angle, have the greatest effect on the amount of visible and infrared radiation received at the earth's surface from the sun
Rough,light colored surface