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earthlight

[′ərth‚līt]
(astronomy)
The illumination of the dark part of the moon's disk, produced by sunlight reflected onto the moon from the earth's surface and atmosphere. Also known as earthshine.
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Earthlight is expected to produce 17,892 megawatt-hour (MWh) of clean energy per year and 344,697 MWh over the next 20 years.
Canadian Solar Solutions Incorporated (NASDAQ: CSIQ), a subsidiary of Canadian Solar Inc (NASDAQ: CSIQ), has completed the sale of its 10 MW AC EarthLight LP to One West Holdings Ltd.
There are some funny touches throughout the scene, including the Earthlight Players (a real theater troupe at the time), whose members would disrobe at the flimsiest excuse.
These figures' emphatic immobility, like that of the supine man in Earthlight room, 2008, might be a function of deep psychic disturbance or actual physical death, yet based on the grave attitudes of the lethargic living figures in the accompanying trio of films, the difference between the two states may be functionally indistinguishable in Borremans's world.
Ottman, Stafford, and Hartman (2007) note that "the environmental positioning of the original EarthLight product appealed only to the deepest green of consumers.
John Harle's Earthlight, with a libretto by his son, examines themes of rebirth.
Damon Cole is the new kid in school, though his new school isn't on Earth: it's located on the lunar colony, Earthlight.
One 20 watt earthlight bulb in each side of the chambers provided appropriate day length.
Scientists studying Earthshine - Earthlight reflected off the Moon - found clear signs of water and an oxygen atmosphere, as well as suggestions of plant life.
Book: SorceryRising Author: JudeFisher Publisher: Earthlight Price: pounds 17.
The importance of the long-life message in Philips' marketing efforts is also evident in the recent name change for the line, which was previously called Earthlight in order to emphasize its lower energy use.
At the same time, Marathon bulbs have the same energy-efficiency that is associated with EarthLight technology -- making the entire family 75% more efficient than ordinary bulbs, according to the spokesman.