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Moving or situated around the sun.
- ‘The shape of the sky radiance distribution agrees with the experimental measurements in the clear day conditions, when the estimated circumsolar radiation is used with the isotropic method.’
- ‘The contents support a remarkably simple way of envisioning how members of the sun's family, including our home planet, make their circumsolar rounds.’
- ‘A disadvantage of this arrangement is reduction of power of solar cells as a diffuse circumsolar radiation represents a substantial part of the solar radiation energy.’
- ‘The Earth was born in the Sun's plasma and was put by the Sun into the circumsolar orbit more than 4 billon years ago.’
- ‘The purpose of this task was preparing new data about processes of solid material sublimation and dynamics of circumsolar dust clouds at indicated spectral lines.’
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