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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We feel warmth because of infrared radiation, clouds block infrared radiation. It’s like standing next to bonfire in cold day, when you are facing fire you feel warmth on your face but when you put something between or turn around its suddenly cold.

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