This is more then likely wrong but for part B i said 70% of power had to be transferred back to maintain equilibrium so therefore 239.4 W/m^2
And for Part C I used T^4 = P/(e*"boltz constant"*Area)
Which then became
T = 4Sqrt(239.4 W/m^2/(0.602*5.67*10^-8*4*pi*6378000m^2)
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