How, at 93 million miles away, does the sun feel so warm, yet when a simple cloud passes over it the warmth is incredibly dampened?

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How, at 93 million miles away, does the sun feel so warm, yet when a simple cloud passes over it the warmth is incredibly dampened?

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Because thick clouds are misleading, they are very dense and the light that comes from the sun is traveling through space and has nothing to stop it during the eight minutes that takes to get here, clouds however can be like a wall.

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