Solar Constant?

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Solar constant is the average amount of small calories that are received for every square centimeter of space that is within the sun's rays. This is measured as radiant energy.
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solar constant
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the average rate at which radiant energy is received from the sun by the earth, equal to 1.94 small calories per minute per square centimeter of area perpendicular to the sun's rays, measured at a point outside the earth's atmosphere when the earth is at its mean distance from the sun.
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