What causes sunsets?

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Sunsets are caused by the rotation of the earth on its own axis. The red colour of sunsets,however, results from the the interplay of blue-light scattering done by air molecules, and white-light-scattering done by water drops and dust in the atmosphere.
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A sunset a when the Earth spins in it's axis and where ever your located on the planet, the sun is moving away from you. But it's really the Earth moving around the sun.
Sunsets are caused by how the Earth rotates from sun to moon. As the sun rotates towards night the color from the horizon spreads across which causes a multitude of colors on display. Soon after sunset the moon makes it's appearance in it's current phase.
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