One of the weirdest questions we were asked recently was where the Earth’s atmosphere gets its energy. Today we want to answer this question and chat more about our planet Earth.
The sun is the most prominent energy source for our atmosphere. There are other external sources that we could conclude add energy to our planet, but the sun is the one that fuels our plane the most.
The energy flow happens a bit differently than just the sun fuels our planet. You’ll find that the Earth gets energy from the sun and then radiates energy back into the solar system. The energy is then distributed evenly.
The energy our Earth gets depends on a lot of variables such as heat fluctuations, and atmospheric composition. As you can imagine, the pollutants that go into our atmosphere due to climate warming can cause issues with the energy Earth receives and releases from the sun.
Any energy changes will adjust the climate of our planet, too! This all works together as one big effort between the planets, sun, moon, and other objects in our solar system. Each has a significant role to play in the process of ensuring that every piece of our atmosphere and planet has the proper energy to stay in rotation.
Learning more about the planets, and our atmosphere is a fabulous way to comprehend what we can do as human beings to help our environment. The sunshine is a vital part of keeping the Erath’s energy just right so that it can release energy, too!
All of the objects in our solar system play a part in ensuring that we stay healthy, alive, and running smoothly. We hope that you think more about how the sun and Earth work together to keep our atmosphere safe, and our human lives healthy.
What is the energy from the earth?
The energy from the Earth is called geothermal. Many people use this to heat and cool their home as a natural alternative to fossil fuel heating or cooling. The energy earth stores and creates can be harnessed by the average home owner.
You just need to dig a hole about six feet or deeper into the ground, and run pipping throughout the yard leading to your home This will work as a natural eco-friendly heating and cooling system using our Earth’s energy!