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Parabolic Mirror Panel

This shows the panel at ~ 135 degrees in the mid afternoon.  The observer is again facing North-East the troughs are facing west  towards the afternoon sun.  The effective capture area is still >70% of the solar area.  While the power level is starting to fall off from the noontime peak, the system is still well within its operating envelope.




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