noon

(redirected from Solar noon)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to Solar noon: meridian
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • adj

Synonyms for noon

Synonyms for noon

References in periodicals archive ?
If it's not possible to stay indoors, then avoid being in the sun for 3 hours before and 3 hours after solar noon
We made measurements during 29 April-20 May 2006 within [+ or -] 2 h of solar noon with a LI-COR 6400 infrared gas analyzer (LI-COR Environmental, Lincoln, Nebraska).
This sample consists of a 15 minute average from data collected every 3 minutes around solar noon on November [24.
They would also be in full sunlight with no shading from about three hours before solar noon (the time when the sun is directly in the middle of its path across the sky on a given day) to three hours after solar noon.
The result shows, (i) productivity increases when increase the condensation area, (ii) glass a cover material is more effective than plexiglass during sunshine hours and (iii) the shading effect of the cover is minimized at and near solar noon.
Even when you eliminate artificial time adjustments such as daylight-saving time, solar noon and clock noon usually are not the same and the length of day can vary, running as much as 30 seconds "long" this time of year.
Both orientations will suffer lower irradiance around solar noon due to an increased incident angle when the sun is from south.
At the same time, we determined the incident radiation obtained in the case of the fixed panel, considering the panel in the solar noon position ([beta]*=0[degrees], [gamma]*=22.
To document alterations in CER and Chl fluorescence behavior at different times during the day, measurements were taken first before solar noon and then again after solar noon on the same day in 2001.
There are two noons every day--12 o'clock "standard" time and noon by the sun, which is called solar noon.
In conclusion, our ecologic analysis of data from the 1995 NHS has demonstrated a regional gradient of type 1 diabetes prevalence within Australia that is inversely associated with regional UVR levels measured at local solar noon.
The pendulum "would keep the Clock close to accurate, and then a pulse of focused sunlight at exact solar noon would adjust the Clock precisely on.
Discussing solar noon, the Earth's wobble during rotation, longitude, and the number of days since the solstice, Ringel begins explaining the intricate art of passive solar calculation.
The light sensor and timer enables scientists to determine dawn, solar noon and sunset, day-by-day, on the shark's travels.