subsolar


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sub·so·lar

 (sŭb-sō′lər)
adj.
1. Situated directly beneath the sun.
2. Located between the tropics; equatorial.

subsolar

(sʌbˈsəʊlə)
adj
1. (Astronomy) (of a point on the earth) directly below the sun
2. (Physical Geography) situated between the tropics; equatorial

sub•so•lar

(sʌbˈsoʊ lər)

adj.
situated beneath the sun or between the earth and the sun.
[1650–60]
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Parameter Solar flux (W/[m.sup.2]) Albedo [21] Planetary IR flux (W/[m.sup.2]) Imposed heat flow (W/[m.sup.2]) [22] Equator (0[degrees]) Lunar surface temperature Pole (89[degrees]) Summer ([degrees]C) [20] Winter Parameter Daytime Nighttime Solar flux (W/[m.sup.2]) 1414 (subsolar peak) 0 Albedo [21] 0.076-0.297 0 Planetary IR flux 1314 (subsolar peak) 5.2 (W/[m.sup.2]) Imposed heat flow 0.031 (W/[m.sup.2]) [22] 117 -178 Lunar surface temperature -93 -145 ([degrees]C) [20] -235 Table 2: Material properties applied to thermal model [22].
At the same time, several early studies were converging towards the idea that LGRBs favoured subsolar, low-metallicity (Z) host/environments [314-317].
Gandini et al., "Broadband upconversion at subsolar irradiance: triplet-triplet annihilation boosted by fluorescent semiconductor nanocrystals," Nano Letters, vol.
It has the symbol b and is the square root of the product of the subsolar and sub-Earth latitude (Schmude 2011).
Existem metodos que determinam o volume de solo a ser mobilizado em funcao da resistencia critica a penetracao: o probabilistico utiliza tecnicas estatisticas, o deterministico calcula a porcentagem do volume de solo a ser mobilizado e sua distribuicao espacial e o geoestatistico possibilita a subsolagem localizada, mediante a confeccao de mapas de isovalores de resistencia a penetracao nos quais sao delineadas zonas para manejo localizado, possibilitando subsolar apenas as areas que necessitam (Gorucu et al., 2006; Salvador et al., 2008).
However, in the tropics, the sun appears directly overhead (called the subsolar point) some days (or even months) before the solstice and again after the solstice, which means the subsolar point occurs twice each year.
Our analysis revealed a significantly subsolar metallicity (Me/H ~ -0.5) for RW Hya confirming its belonging to the Galactic halo population, a near solar metallicity in SY Mus, and a low 12C/13C isotopic ratios ~6 and ~10, for both objects.
In addition, this visualization shows the moon's orbit position, sub-Earth and subsolar points, and distance from Earth at true scale.