Why are the clouds in the sky orange?

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Clouds in the sky are sometimes orange because they are affected by the color of light around them. Because of this, clouds are often orange at sunset.
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When the sun is setting or rising, the clouds aren't really orange- or pink or purple of yellow for that matter. The sun is simply making them look that way.
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This depends on the way light reflects off of them. Clouds may seem orange when the sun
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Take a deep breath and relax. The orange clouds will go away and your mother will come back.
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Electrons heated by the sun release energy at around 600nm-which is orange in the visible spectrum.
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