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spaceplace.nasa.gov/blue-sky

Blue light is scattered in all directions by the tiny molecules of air in Earth's atmosphere. Blue is scattered more than other colors because it travels as shorter, ...

www.physics.sfasu.edu/downing/Newch27www.ppt

RED, GREEN, and BLUE when added also produce white. Demo - Color .... The sky is blue because air molecules in the sky act as tiny. (a) mirrors which reflect ...

www.easynotecards.com/notecard_set/20224

Infrared waves are often called heat waves because they. A) emanate from ..... The sky is blue because air molecules in the sky act as tiny. A) mirrors which ...

quizlet.com/1647548/physics-color-flash-cards

Spread of colors going, in order, from red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. .... Color television is made up of a bunch of tiny spots, each less than a millimeter ... The sky of the moon is black because there are no molecules in the air!

www.atoptics.co.uk/atoptics/blsky.htm

Beyond the freshly cut hedgerow a blue sky grades to near white towards the horizon. ... Air molecules individually scatter sunlight it into all directions. Blue ... The near horizon sky cannot become arbitrarily bright with the extra scattering because ... Sadly, all gases act as Rayleigh scatterers and would give blue skies in the ...

www.physicscentral.com/experiment/askaphysicist/physics-answer.cfm?uid=20080509040954

May 9, 2008 ... blue sky Our atmosphere creates the blue sky. If there were no air, the sky would always ... Because of the discreteness of their energies, these basic ... In effect, the air particles act as antennas for light, absorbing light heading in ... they aren't nearly as tiny as the particles in air—individual gas molecules, ...

mypages.valdosta.edu/lwood/scie3101/fall2005/key4.pdf

MULTIPLE CHOICE. 1) The sky is blue because air molecules in the sky act as tiny. A) mirrors that reflect only blue light. B) prisms. C) sources of white light.

news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/10/131027-sunset-sky-change-color-red-clouds-science

Oct 29, 2013 ... A meteorologist explains why the sky is sometimes so colorful. ... Keep in mind that what we see with our human eyes is just a tiny part of the ... ground, just a whitish-pink sky, because you're still within the atmosphere's "boundary layer. ... The two main molecules in air, oxygen and nitrogen, are very small ...

www.wonderwhizkids.com/blue-sky

The blue of the sky varies in different places under different conditions. ... Places where the upper air is exceptionally dry, such as Greece and Italy, have beautifully blue ... nitrogen molecules, light of the lower frequencies is also scattered strongly. ... Most are invisible but act as tiny centers to which other particles adhere.