That would be Mars. The lack of a magnetosphere and extremely thin atmosphere of Mars are a challenge: the planet has little heat transfer across its surface, poor insulation against bombardment of the solar wind and insufficient atmospheric pressure to retain water in a liquid form (water instead sublimates to a gaseous state). Mars is also nearly geologically dead.
At greater distances from the Sun, the power density reduces with the square of the distance. This is not because energy is absorbed along the way, it is only because the power has to spread out over a larger area.
A planet at a distance of 10 astronomical units (10 times further than the Earth) would have one hundredth of the power falling on a standard area like 1 square metre.
the north pole and the south pole receive the least energy per year.
That would be Neptune, as it is the farthest planet from the sun.
Pluto, As It Is Furthest Away From The Sun!
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Neglecting friction, its speed will grow with the least acceleration. Considering friction, it may not move at all.
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Deciduous Forests have these kinds of climates and organisms in it.
Bahrain receives the least amount of rainfall annually with 77 mm of rain.
The forest floor receives the least amount of sunlight.
Tertiary consumers receive the least amount of energy from producers.
Arizona, Phoenix receives the least rainfall amount.
After Mercury, the planet that takes the least amount of time to orbit the sun is Venus, which orbits the sun in about 225 Earth days.
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The rainforest floor. The bottom of the ocean also.
desert area because they can only had drought