an·​ti·​so·​lar | \-ˈsō-lər \

Definition of antisolar 

: being or having a direction away from the sun the antisolar point

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Lobby power: Indiana legislators received thousands in gifts while pushing antisolar policy. Emily Hopkins, Indianapolis Star, "Indiana lawmaker's proposed tax credit could save coal industry billions," 26 Mar. 2018 The tail of the comet always points straight away from the sun, in antisolar direction. Donna Vickroy, Daily Southtown, "NASA solar probe named for U. of C. astrophysicist from Flossmoor to launch next summer," 2 Nov. 2017

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1842, in the meaning defined above

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