How to explain the following phenomenon: from January to July we are closer to the Sun at noon than in the evening, and from July

How to explain the following phenomenon: from January to July we are closer to the Sun at noon than in the evening, and from July to January we are closer to it in the evening?

The fact that due to the ellipticity of the earth’s orbit and the unevenness of its motion in the first half of the year, the increase in the radius-vector of the Earth in 1/4 day is greater than the radius of the Earth, by which the distance to the Sun changes due to the daily rotation of the Earth. In the second half of the year, the Earth, going from aphelion to perihelion, approaches the Sun and a phenomenon opposite to that described above occurs.

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