By Steve Bittenbender and Alex Wong-Tam source The New York Times title How solar panels have become a $1 trillion industry that fuels global warming articles By Alex Wong Tam and Steve Biddlebender | Dec. 13, 2020 12:10:10When the sun rises in the northern hemisphere, the air above it is filled with sunlight, which is then reflected back to space.
But in the southern hemisphere, there is no sky to reflect sunlight back into space.
That means when the sun sets in the tropics, the sun’s rays can’t be reflected back into the sky.
That is why the sun shines so brightly in some places.
But it also means it’s difficult to predict when the moon will shine or the sun will appear dark, because of the planet’s rotation.
The problem is that there’s only one way to measure the moon’s light pollution: by measuring the amount of reflected light.
Scientists at the University of Texas at Austin and the University at Buffalo have found a way to precisely measure the amount, which they call the reflectance of the moon.
The reflectance measure is used to measure solar radiation, which can affect Earth’s climate.
The scientists calculated the amount the moon reflects to the same extent that Earth does, and found that the amount varies greatly from place to place, with the sun reflecting about 2 percent of the light it receives in a specific region of the northern and southern hemispheres.
The amount varies as the amount reflects off the ground changes from one location to the next.
For instance, the reflectivity of the Moon varies from 0.2 percent to 0.7 percent in the U.S., whereas it varies from 2 percent to 5 percent in Brazil.
In fact, the moon is actually reflecting about 3 percent of Earth’s light in the North Atlantic Ocean, and from 3 percent to 11 percent in North and South America.
The new findings from the researchers were published in Nature Communications, which indicates that the reflectances of the sun and moon are changing around the globe.
This is because the reflectivities of the two planets are very similar.
They are in alignment.
When the sun is low in the sky, the Earth is reflected in the opposite direction, as it is at the same time when the sky is full of sunlight.
When there is a lot of sun, the Sun reflects the moon, but when there is lots of sunlight, the Moon reflects the sun.
This has implications for how the moon orbits the Earth.
For the next few months, scientists will be studying how the reflectively-rich moon reflects sunlight back to Earth.
The results of this study will help us to better understand how the Earth and the moon are linked in the solar system, and if the planet Jupiter is part of the solar structure.