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RANDOM: This Is Why the Sky Turns Red, Orange, and Pink at Sunset ?

(Topic created on: 02-09-2023 03:55 AM)
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ProCo
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When the sun sets, its light isn't just grazing the Earth, as seen from where you are, but it's also coming through a lot of Earth's atmosphere. That means a lot of molecules and small particles in the air, which change the direction of light rays. Light is made up of lots of different wavelengths, which is why we see color. Bluer light more easily bounces off molecules in the air, while redder light doesn't. That's because bluer light has shorter wavelengths while redder light has longer wavelengths.


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TeamGalaxyRene
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Hello ProCo,

Thanks for the weather forecast with the sunset photo and its facts here.

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