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Question: Why does the sun appear a yellow/orange colour? Is it something to do with the reflection and white light?
Asked by jeevan to Arttu, Ceri on 23 Jun 2011.
answered on 23 Jun 2011:
The sun is really almost white. It appears yellow for the same reason that sky appears blue: Blue light scatters more off particles in the atmosphere, and the remaining light that travels straight to us is therefore yellow.
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