After teaching high school science for 20 years, you decided to change your career and became a space thermal scientist for NASA. You were charged with the design of a solar panel in space (the only heat transfer there is radiation, no heat conduction at all). Your solar panel receives 1.0 kW/m² of solar energy and its emissivity (also its absorptivity) is 0.60 (or 60.%). The solar energy is received on only one side at a time, but emission occurs on both sides. Determine the equilibrium temperature of the panel. Repeat the calculation for an emissivity of 0.30 and see what you find.