Solar

Solar may refer to:

Astronomy

  • Of or relating to the Sun
    • A solar telescope is a special purpose telescope used to observe the Sun
    • A device that utilizes solar energy (e.g. "solar panels")
    • Solar calendar, a calendar whose dates indicate the position of the earth on its revolution around the sun
  • A solar telescope is a special purpose telescope used to observe the Sun
  • A device that utilizes solar energy (e.g. "solar panels")
  • Solar calendar, a calendar whose dates indicate the position of the earth on its revolution around the sun
  • Solar Maximum Mission, a satellite
  • SOLAR (ISS), an observatory on International Space Station
  • Other uses

  • Solar (Taeyang album), 2010
  • Solar (Red Garland album), 1962
  • Solar (comics), an American fictional comic book character
  • "Solar" (composition), attributed to Miles Davis
  • Solar (novel), by Ian McEwan
  • Solar (room), a place in many medieval homes
  • Solar, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
  • Solar, Erode, India
  • Solar, Iran
  • Solar 2, a 2011 video game
  • Solar Entertainment Corporation, a Philippines television and radio media company
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    PV Magazine 21 Jun 2022
    Servotech Power Systems has developed a first-of-its-kind solar performance monitoring and control device with Deutsche Gesellschaft f�r Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ). The ComPort service has been successfully tested, along with the portable solar system PV Port at the EUREF Campus in Berlin....

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