When the amount of energy received from the sun and the amount of energy return to space or?
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Asked in Global Warming, Energy
Does the earth's energy amount increase or decrease?
Not exactly sure what you mean, but the energy ON Earth increases because the amount of energy received from the sun's radiation exceeds the amount that escapes into outer space from our atmosphere. All the energy on Earth remains on it. If you are talking about the Earth moving through space, it cannot lose energy because the Earth's orbit does not have obstacles in its way. There is no friction in space.
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Asked in Astronomy, Planetary Science, Stars
Why does the earth not get as hot as the Sun?
Because the Sun is the primary source of all energy in the Solar System. The effective surface temperature of the Sun is 5,778 Kelvin Energy received by Earth will be radiated back into space, both during the day and at night. The average temperature on Earth is such, that the amount of radiation received, and the amount of radiation emitted, is in equilibrium (on average).
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What is a heat energy that is trapped by the earth atmosphere and cannot return to space?
Asked in Science
Does mass and energy take up space?
Mass and energy always have locations in both time and space; the amount of space that they take up depends upon their density, but they do take up some. Since energy is often associated with matter (heat, kinetic energy etc.) it would be the matter that takes up the space. The energy would be in the same space as the matter. But energy can also exist independently of matter (such as a photon of light travelling in space) and in that case, the energy takes up space.
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Asked in Energy
What do you understand by energy flows in a one way direction but water follows in a cycle pathway in the living world?
Energy is continuously being degraded - converted from useful energy to less useful energy. We get our energy from the Sun, which burns its nuclear fuel (hydrogen), and radiates the energy into space. The energy Earth receives will again be radiated into space, sooner or later. From there it gets diluted; most of it won't ever return to the Sun.