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  1. Sun Chart Sochi 2014 Rosa Khutor (3,039 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Sun chart Rosa Khutor RUS February 2014.png]]
    4: [[Image:Sun chart.php Rosa Khutor Russia February 2014.png]]
    7: '''Sun Position'''
    9: *Calculation of the position of the sun's position in the sky at one point on the earth a...
    11: ...sponds to an altitude of -0.833° degrees for the Sun.
  2. Sun crust (2,227 bytes)
    1: ...e '''[[snow crystals]]''' have been melted by the sun.|thumb|300px]]
    3: ...e '''[[snow crystals]]''' have been melted by the sun.
    5: ...ual ice particles such as '''[[firn]]''', but the sun's action may also produce a film crust.
    7: ...ace for future avalanches to run upon. However, a sun crust typically has a fairly rough texture when c...
    9: ...e snowpack to the layers just above and below the sun crust.
  3. Sun chart (1,698 bytes)
    1: ...er of intervening days. Since the movement of the Sun is symmetrical about the solstice, it is only nec...
    3: ...the year at a particular '''[[latitude]]'''. Most sun charts plot '''[[azimuth]]''' versus altitude thr...
    5: Since the movement of the Sun is symmetrical about the solstice, it is only nec...
    9: Sky view obstructions can be superimposed upon a Sun chart to obtain the '''[[insolation]]''' of a loc...
    17: *'''[[Sunlight]]'''

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  1. Snow and Weather Glossary (125,201 bytes)
    17: ...ent to which it diffusely reflects light from the Sun. It is therefore a more specific form of the term...
    27: .... Compared to a polar climate, there is more '''[[sunlight]]''' during the '''[[winter]]'''.
    48: ...e of its chemical composition, most incoming '''[[sunlight]]''' passes through Earth's atmosphere and i...
    57: ...ce of the sea might point in the direction of the Sun, but would obviously never meet it. Azimuth is us...
    73: ...e is just at the horizon, until the center of the sun is 6° directly below the horizon.
  2. What Affects Frozen Ground (12,938 bytes)
    5: ...of this dark period, calling it the Return of the Sun.
    10: As the Earth spins on its '''[[axis]]''', the Sun shines on only half of the Earth at a time, creat...
    11: ...eze overnight and then thaw the next day with the Sun’s heat. Day and night temperature swings partly...
    14: ...ht. The yellow lines and arrowheads represent the Sun's rays. —Credit: NASA Remote Sensing Tutorial]]
    15: ...er, the northern hemisphere is tilted towards the Sun, so solar energy is stronger when it reaches the ...
  3. Lighting Glossary (14,217 bytes)
    3: ...ent to which it diffusely reflects light from the Sun. It is therefore a more specific form of the term...
    19: ...at the '''[[horizon]]''', until the center of the sun is '''6°''' directly below the horizon.
    25: ...time (and perhaps twilight). This includes direct sunlight, diffuse sky '''[[radiation]]''', and (often...
    29: ...set]]''', which is the daily disappearance of the sun below the horizon.
    76: ... from the Moon, but actually originates from '''[[sunlight]]'''.
  4. Sun crust (2,227 bytes)
    1: ...e '''[[snow crystals]]''' have been melted by the sun.|thumb|300px]]
    3: ...e '''[[snow crystals]]''' have been melted by the sun.
    5: ...ual ice particles such as '''[[firn]]''', but the sun's action may also produce a film crust.
    7: ...ace for future avalanches to run upon. However, a sun crust typically has a fairly rough texture when c...
    9: ...e snowpack to the layers just above and below the sun crust.
  5. Sun Chart Sochi 2014 Rosa Khutor (3,039 bytes)
    1: [[Image:Sun chart Rosa Khutor RUS February 2014.png]]
    4: [[Image:Sun chart.php Rosa Khutor Russia February 2014.png]]
    7: '''Sun Position'''
    9: *Calculation of the position of the sun's position in the sky at one point on the earth a...
    11: ...sponds to an altitude of -0.833° degrees for the Sun.
  6. Sun chart (1,698 bytes)
    1: ...er of intervening days. Since the movement of the Sun is symmetrical about the solstice, it is only nec...
    3: ...the year at a particular '''[[latitude]]'''. Most sun charts plot '''[[azimuth]]''' versus altitude thr...
    5: Since the movement of the Sun is symmetrical about the solstice, it is only nec...
    9: Sky view obstructions can be superimposed upon a Sun chart to obtain the '''[[insolation]]''' of a loc...
    17: *'''[[Sunlight]]'''
  7. Sunset (1,954 bytes)
    1: ...09.JPG|400px|thumb|The daily disappearance of the sun below the western '''[[horizon]]''' as a result o...
    3: '''[[Sunset]]''' The daily disappearance of the sun below the western '''[[horizon]]''' as a result o...
    5: ...idered as that instant when the upper edge of the sun just disappears below the sea level horizon.
    7: ...center of the sun's disk is used instead. Time of sunset is calculated for '''[[mean sea level]]'''.
    9: ...g the apparent astronomical sunset occur when the sun’s disk is already about one diameter below the ...
  8. Sunlight (5,125 bytes)
    1: ...blocked by '''[[clouds]]''', it is experienced as sunshine, a combination of bright light and radiant h...
    3: ... infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. Bright sunlight provides illuminance of approximately '''100...
    5: ... infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. Bright sunlight provides illuminance of approximately '''100...
    7: ...rum of electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun.
    9: ...d solar radiation is obvious as daylight when the Sun is above the '''[[horizon]]'''.
  9. Season 2012 - 2013 Freestyle FIS World Cup (9,114 bytes)
    168: || Sat-Sun
    230: || Sat-Sun
    266: || Sat-Sun
    314: || Fri-Sun
    362: || Sat-Sun
  10. Sunrise (1,498 bytes)
    1: ...center of the sun's disk is used instead. Time of sunrise is calculated for '''[[mean sea level]]'''.|t...
    2: '''[[Sunrise]]''' is the daily appearance of the sun on the eastern '''[[horizon]]''' as a result of t...
    4: ...idered as that instant when the upper edge of the sun appears on the sea level '''[[horizon]]'''.
    6: ...center of the sun's disk is used instead. Time of sunrise is calculated for '''[[mean sea level]]'''.
    8: [[Image:Sunrise mountains.jpg|thumb|400px]]
  11. Snow (22,085 bytes)
    23: ...ch it diffusely reflects '''[[light]]''' from the Sun. It is therefore a more specific form of the term...
    73: ...sphere (i.e. allowing '''[[reflection]]''' of the sun by '''[[snow]]''', etc.).
    129: ...[[snow crystals]]''' have been melted by the '''[[sun]]'''.
    131: ...due to '''[[blizzard]]''' conditions or occurs on sunless days when '''[[clouds]]''' and surface '''[[s...
    141: ...due to '''[[blizzard]]''' conditions or occurs on sunless days when '''[[clouds]]''' and surface '''[[s...
  12. Civil Twilight (942 bytes)
    1: ...at the '''[[horizon]]''', until the center of the sun is '''6°''' directly below the horizon.|thumb|40...
    3: ...at the '''[[horizon]]''', until the center of the sun is '''6°''' directly below the horizon.
    11: *'''[[Sunlight]]'''
    13: *'''[[Sunrise]]'''
  13. Season (2,751 bytes)
    1: ...ns are marked by changes in the intensity of '''[[sunlight]]''' that reaches the Earth's surface, varia...
    13: ...ns are marked by changes in the intensity of '''[[sunlight]]''' that reaches the Earth's surface, varia...
    15: ...uary. It is the tilt of the Earth that causes the Sun to be higher in the sky during the summer months ...
  14. Moonlight (1,887 bytes)
    1: ...ight from those portions of its surface which the Sun's light strikes.|thumb|450px]]
    3: ...ight from those portions of its surface which the Sun's light strikes.
    5: ...full moon is about 500,000 times fainter than the sun. When the moon is viewed at high '''[[altitude]]'...
    9: ...[albedo]]''' is 0.136, meaning only 13.6% of '''[[sunlight]]''' incident on the Moon is reradiated.
    13: *'''[[Sunlight]]'''
  15. Dawn (1,223 bytes)
    1: ...ching the upper '''[[atmosphere]]''' prior to the sun's rise to the observer's '''[[horizon]]'''.|thumb...
    3: ...ppearance of light in the eastern sky before '''[[Sunrise]]'''.
    7: ...ching the upper '''[[atmosphere]]''' prior to the sun's rise to the observer's '''[[horizon]]'''.
    18: *'''[[Sunlight]]'''
    20: *'''[[Sunrise]]'''
  16. Aspect (2,017 bytes)
    7: The influence of aspect with respect to the sun is most important at mid latitudes, say from abou...
    9: ...l slopes. At arctic latitudes, in the winter, the sun is too low on the '''[[horizon]]''' to provide mu...
    23: ...orecast Center ''Slope Aspect with respect to the sun'' [http://www.fsavalanche.org/Encyclopedia/aspect...
  17. Rain crust (1,967 bytes)
    7: ...sts tend to be much more smooth and slippery than sun crusts and instabilities associated with them ten...
    9: Also unlike '''[[sun crusts]]''', rain crusts form uniformly on all as...
    14: *'''[[Sun crust]]'''
    28: ... Friends of the Utah Avalanche Forecast Center. ''Sun crest'' [http://www.fsavalanche.org/Encyclopedia/...
  18. Year (1,885 bytes)
    1: ...r the earth to complete one revolution around the sun.
    3: ... earth to make one absolute revolution around the sun, is 365 days, 6 hours, 9 minutes, and 9.5 seconds...
    5: ...e interval between two consecutive returns of the sun to the vernal equinox. In 1900, that took 365 day...
  19. Azimuth (1,426 bytes)
    5: ...etween due North and the point on the horizon the Sun is currently over.
    7: ...ce of the sea might point in the direction of the Sun, but would obviously never meet it. Azimuth is us...
  20. Dusk (1,231 bytes)
    1: ...d of waning '''[[light]]''' from the time of '''[[Sunset]]''' to '''[[dark]]'''.|thumb|500px]]
    3: ...d of waning '''[[light]]''' from the time of '''[[Sunset]]''' to '''[[dark]]'''.
    5: ...set]]''', which is the daily disappearance of the sun below the horizon.
    12: *'''[[Sunlight]]'''
    14: *'''[[Sunrise]]'''

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