Outdoor Solar Lights Are Not Working?

yes first you checked that whether you put batteries correctly or not

1. solar storms pose a threat to electric grid?

The massive magnetic flux acting on a wire induces a current, which, if not shielded against, can cause considerable damage. I am informed that a huge solar storm in the 1800s, before we had an electricity grid, caused sparks to be emitted from circuits which were not even connected, giving electrical shocks to telegraph operators. If this happened to nuclear reactors, it would stop the pumps cooling them, causing disasters on the scale of Fukushima no. 4. solar storms news and articles - Natural News Mar 20, 2012 ... solar storms news and articles. ... Solar storms could bring down modern civilization.

2. Why is solar insolation so important?

'Solar insolation' is redundant b/c the word 'insolation' is derived from the phrase 'INcoming SOLA radiaTION.' The sun's energy drives the weather...the ocean currents...flora...and fauna. Insolation is so important b/c without it... life on this planet...as we know it...would not exist.

3. Invalidation of the Solar Nebula Theory?

No, it does not , but it does suggest something that had not previously been considered: it's possible for Jovian planets to migrate inwards from where they were originally formed

4. what are the different types of solar power?

i do not know i did not even know there were different types of solar. or are you just playing with me?

5. How can I calculate the rate of power consumption of a solar car along a known route with changes in elevation?

Not sure if this approach is in the format you need, but it might help. The work required to go uphill by a height $y$ is$$W=mgy$$where $m$ is mass and $g$ is gravitational acceleration. Assuming mass and gravity are constant, we can differentiate this equation with respect to time to get:$$dotW=mg fracdydt$$we can also use the chain rule to rewrite it as$$dotW=mg fracdydx fracdxdt$$in which $x$ is the horizontal distance traveled. Then, $fracdxdt$ is just velocity, so the equation reduces to $$dotW=mgv fracdydx$$You already have the data for $fracdydx$, so you can factor out the velocity and insert this equation into your first equation for total power consumption:$$P_w = (F_air F_roll mg fracdydx ) cdot v $$

6. Is A Solar Dyson Sphere Habitable?

I am not a big fan of the spheres and I have no solution for the gravity issue, but I will make a fake answer to make some points about the energy issues that are really bit too long to be comments.Can be anything you want within upper and lower bounds set by engineering and the total energy of the star. There are lots more variables than trivial models assume since the structure of the sphere is realistically more complex. There is no one-to-one connection to the temperature of the inner shell. You can use insulation to make the outer shell cooler than the inner shell. You can use heat pumps powered by photoelectrics to make it hotter. Or more robustly simply connect it to hot areas of the inner shell. Yes, I said hot areas, there is no reason why areas of the inner shell must all have the same temperature. You can give different areas different albedo. Or simply link different areas on the inner surface to areas of variable size on the outer surface. If areas A and B on the inner surface have the same area but the outer shell radiator A is connected to has ten times the area of the radiator B is connected to, A will be cooler. The sphere is not, cannot be, made from homogeneous mass, it has structure. Since the temperatures of inner and outer shell are not directly linked, you can use insulation to make the sphere habitable at a distance higher than usual or cooling to make it habitable closer. So you do not need to worry about what the insolation or habitability of a planet at that radius would be. For example if the sphere is larger, you can replace parts of the inner surface with mirrors reflecting light to the inhabited parts. If smaller you might give the inhabited parts higher albedo, so that radiation is reflected to the uninhabited parts.There is no known way to get a comfortable gravity to the inner (or outer) surface. Nor should there be. a Dyson sphere is not a habitat, it is an energy collector. You should build your spin gravity habitats separately and just use the power collected by the sphere to power them. Or just use planets. Technology needed for a Dyson sphere should allow building planets. And the mass needed would allow building lots of them. Just because having six planets on the same orbit is not stable, does not mean you can not make it so. It would be easier than building a Dyson sphere. And making the planets habitable would be much easier. Like I said in the beginning this was not really an attempt to give an answer. Just some comments too long to fit into actual comments. You should not expect any of what I said to be true or accurate. Just some food for thought.

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Seeing Northern Lights in Scotland
The thing you need to understand is that the Aurora Borealis tends to occur in an oval over the North Pole. Based on how strong is the aurora (KP number), the further south the aurora will be visible.Take a look at a KP number chart, such as here, you will see that a fairly strong aurora, KP-5, is required to see the aurora in the northernmost UK, while a much weaker KP-2 aurora will be visible in Iceland, where they are fairly common in winter.This means that auroras in Scotland will be fairly rare and unimpressive. You really need to be as far north as possible and get fairly lucky. You will have much better luck in Iceland or northern Scandinavia.Last winter, I saw the aurora in Alaska here in the USA. We were in an about comparable viewing situation as Iceland. We were there for 4 nights, which were KP-1 and 2 and we were able to see the aurora only one of those nights. Those same nights, you would have seen nothing in the UKNorthern lights are apparently visible in Scotland according to numerous websites. While locations do vary, most seem to say that northern lights are visible pretty much anywhere in the country. What they do not say is how often are they visible.Suppose I am looking to visit Scotland 6-7 weeks after the fall equinox to coincide with the November new moon, what are the chances that northern lights would be visible some nights from Scotland? I will gladly adjust my location within the country accordingly, if some places are more likely to see this phenomenon.Thus the question is: How likely is one to see the northern lights in Scotland between the end of October and mid November? Also, where within Scotland would the likelihood be greater?·OTHER ANSWER:Northern lights are apparently visible in Scotland according to numerous websites. While locations do vary, most seem to say that northern lights are visible pretty much anywhere in the country. What they do not say is how often are they visible.Suppose I am looking to visit Scotland 6-7 weeks after the fall equinox to coincide with the November new moon, what are the chances that northern lights would be visible some nights from Scotland? I will gladly adjust my location within the country accordingly, if some places are more likely to see this phenomenon.Thus the question is: How likely is one to see the northern lights in Scotland between the end of October and mid November? Also, where within Scotland would the likelihood be greater?
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