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The Light Of The Sun

The Light Of The Sun

Sunlight contains all visible colours of light and more.

In the 1870s, a man named Rayleigh found that each colour (or wavelength) of light is scattered to a different degree.

More blue light than other colours is scattered out of the sunlight travelling through the atmosphere.

This creates a diffuse blue glow and makes the sun appear yellow in colour.

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