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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating; sunshine.
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The total amount of solar radiation (direct, diffuse, and reflected) striking a surface exposed to the sky.
Source: energy.ca.gov

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"exposure to the sun's rays," 1610s, from French insolation (16c.), from Latin insolationem (nominative insolatio), noun of action from past participle stem of insolare "place in t [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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The incoming solar radiation that reaches the earth and the atmosphere.
Source: wrcc.dri.edu

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solar energy received by the Earth.
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Incoming solar radiation. instar
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Solar radiation heat loading (Watts/m2).
Source: aiche.org

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The solar radiation received by the Earth and its atmosphere; incoming solar radiation.
Source: college.cengage.com

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The amount of solar radiation reaching the Earth by latitude and by season. Usually insolation refers to the radiation arriving at the top of the atmosphere. Sometimes it is specified as referring to [..]
Source: climatehotmap.org

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(n) sudden prostration due to exposure to the sun or excessive heat(n) incident solar radiation(n) therapeutic exposure to sunlight
Source: beedictionary.com

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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating; sunshine.
Source: timeanddate.com

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The solar power density incident on a surface of stated area and orientation. It is commonly expressed as average irradiance in watts per square meter (W/m2) or kilowatt-hours per square meter per day [..]
Source: solar-estimate.org

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the amount of sunlight failing on a place.
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The solar radiation incident on an area over time. Equivalent to energy and usually expressed in kilowatt-hours per square meter.
Source: sunlightelectric.com

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Sunlight energy expressed in kWh/m2. When cited as the solar resource for a given location, this can be expressed in peak sun hours per day.
Source: dkasolarcentre.com.au

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 — A portmanteau of the phrase “Incoming Solar Radiation”, it is a measure of the amount of solar radiation energy received on a given surface area over a given time. It is usually recorded in [..]
Source: gigawattglobal.com

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Sunlight, direct or diffuse; from 'incident solar radiation.' Not to be confused with 'insulation.' Equal to about 1000 watts per square meter at high noon.
Source: jsgsolar.com

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The solar radiation incident on a unit horizontal surface at the top of the atmosphere. It is sometimes referred to as solar irradiance. The latitudinal variation of insolation supplies the energy for the general circulation of the atmosphere. Insolation depends on the angle of incidence of the solar beam and on the solar constant.
Source: cdiac.ornl.gov

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the amount of the Sun’s energy that reaches Earth at a given time and place.
Source: reekoscience.com

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The instantaneous insolation is the energy received per unit time on 1 m2 of a horizontal plane at the top of the atmosphere (or equivalently on an horizontal plane at the Earth's surface if we n [..]
Source: elic.ucl.ac.be

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Sunlight varies by region. Insolation is a measure of the solar radiation energy in a given region. It is usually expressed as the intensity of light energy per unit of land area. As a whole, the U.S., especially the sunny Southwest and Southeast, offers strong insolation. By comparison, Germany, the PV industry’s leader, gets little better sun t [..]
Source: solarworld-usa.com

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Solar radiation or heating received at the earth's surface. The name is derived from INcoming SOLar radiATION.
Source: thorntonweather.com

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is the solar radiant energy received by the earth.  
Source: edugreen.teri.res.in

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Sun's radiation as received at surface of Earth.
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Solar radiation incident upon a unit horizontal surface on or above the Earth's surface.
Source: earthobservatory.nasa.gov

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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating; sunshine.
Source: srh.noaa.gov

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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating; sunshine.
Source: met.tamu.edu

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The solar radiation incident on a unit horizontal surface at the top of the atmosphere. It is sometimes referred to as solar irradiance. The latitudinal variation of insolation supplies the energy for [..]
Source: shsu.edu

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Incoming solar radiation falling upon the earth and its atmosphere.
Source: aviationweather.ws

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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating; sunshine.
Source: forecast.weather.gov

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Amalgamation of the words “incoming solar radiation” that means the total amount of solar energy that strikes a given surface in a given time. It is commonly expressed in kilowatt-hours per square [..]
Source: greenbuildingadvisor.com

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The rate at which energy from sun reaches the earth's surface.
Source: scienzagiovane.unibo.it

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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating, sunshine.
Source: weatherzone.com.au

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Solar radiation or heating received at the earth's surface. The name is derived from INcoming SOLar radiATION.
Source: sgsweather.com

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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating; sunshine.
Source: josephoregonweather.com

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The in
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Incoming solar radiation
Source: extremestorms.com.au

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Solar radiation or heating received at the earth's surface. The name is derived from IN
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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating; sunshine.
Source: spotterguides.us

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Solar radiation or heating received at the earth's surface. The name is derived from INcoming SOLar radiATION.
Source: communityweather.org.nz

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Solar radiation
Source: image.weather.com

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Incoming solar radiation. Solar heating; sunshine.
Source: weatherdudes.com

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Solar radiation or heating received at the earth’s surface. The name is derived from INcoming SOLar radiATION.
Source: 40north70west.com

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The incident radiant energy emitted by the sun which reaches a unit area over a period of time, typically measured over a horizontal area at the Earth's surface or at the top of Earth's atmosphere. [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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 The solar radiation received at the Earth's surface.
Source: rgs.org

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Direct or diffused shortwave solar radiation that is received in the Earth's atmosphere or at its surface.
Source: physicalgeography.net

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(Contracted from incoming solar radiation.) In general, solar radiation received at the earth's surface. See terrestrial radiation, direct solar radiation, global radiation, diffuse sky radiation [..]
Source: glossary.ametsoc.org

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incoming solar radiation measured from when the atmosphere is engaged.
Source: itseducation.asia

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(n) - incoming solar radiation; sunlight
Source: sherwoodrocks.net

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Sunlight, direct or diffuse; from 'incident solar radiation.' Not to be confused with 'insulation.' Equal to about 1000 watts per square meter at high noon in Dodge City.
Source: solar-electric.com

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