The solar constant (Gse) measured by a scientist is reported as 1385 W/m2. Assume the total hemispherical emissivity is 0.90 on the sun's surface. temperature (in absolute temperature) on sun by using the following information: Estimate the surface Diameter of sun = 1.39 x 10° km Diameter of earth 1.28 x 10 km Thickness of atmosphere on earth=40 km Average distance between sun and earth 1.495 x 10 km %3D %3D

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The solar constant (Gse) measured by a scientist is reported as 1385 W/m2. Assume the
total hemispherical emissivity is 0.90 on the sun's surface.
temperature (in absolute temperature) on sun by using the following information:
Estimate the surface
Diameter of sun =
1.39 x 10° km
Diameter of earth 1.28 x 10 km
Thickness of atmosphere on earth=40 km
Average distance between sun and earth 1.495 x 10 km
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The solar constant (Gse) measured by a scientist is reported as 1385 W/m2. Assume the total hemispherical emissivity is 0.90 on the sun's surface. temperature (in absolute temperature) on sun by using the following information: Estimate the surface Diameter of sun = 1.39 x 10° km Diameter of earth 1.28 x 10 km Thickness of atmosphere on earth=40 km Average distance between sun and earth 1.495 x 10 km %3D %3D

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