At sunset, the sun's light passes farther through the atmosphere, deflecting and decreasing the blue in the air. Scattering by dust particles and pollution in the air causes the sunset to appear red.
In this part of Lesson 2, we will focus on the interaction of sunlight with
atmospheric particles to produce blue skies and red sunsets. We will attempt to
Dec 24, 2015 ... ... refracted by particles in the atmosphere and the red end of the spectrum is. ... is
one of the main factors in determining what color a sunset is.
Take a look at light through a prism and notice all the different colors that you can
see. Light that looks white to our eyes actually is made up of many different ...
The light that we see looks white, but if you look through a prism you will see that
light is actually divided up into many colors. These are the colors of the light ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Why Is the Sunset Red?&v=L_6weCeDDJk
Jul 1, 2015 ... Hello Everyone! Welcome to OUR Universe! TODAY WE WILL TALK ABOUT...
WHY IS THE SUNSET RED... WHY DOES THE SKY TURN RED.
Nov 30, 2010 ... Sunsets often have a red or orange color to them. Why is this? Sunlight (what we
call "white light") is made up of all different colors of light, each ...
Oct 29, 2006 ... Why are sunsets red? When we ask this question we actually mean, "why does
the sky go red just before the sun goes down?" To understand ...
According to the Old Dominion University, sunsets get their red color because
light is refracted by particles that are in the atmosphere and the red spectrum is
Oct 29, 2013 ... An NOAA meteorologist says when it comes to sunsets, there's a lot more in the
sky than meets the eye.