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It's easy to see that the sky is blue. Have you ever wondered why? A lot of other smart people have, too. And it took a long time to figure it out! blue sky and ...

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A clear cloudless day-time sky is blue because molecules in the air scatter blue light from the sun more than they scatter red light. When we look towards the sun  ...

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Learn about the atmosphere and how light scattering makes the sky look blue. MIT used parts ... On a clear sunny day, the sky above us looks bright blue. In the  ...

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After days of rain, a patch of blue sky is a sight for sore eyes. But why is the ... Blue light (shorter wavelengh) is scattered more than red light (longer wavelength).

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Sep 9, 2013 ... As sunlight passes through the atmosphere, particles in the air scatter blue light more efficiently than any other color in the light spectrum, ...

www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2017/09/08/why-the-sky-is-blue-according-to-science

Sep 8, 2017 ... When sunlight strikes the atmosphere, it turns our view of the heavens that familiar 'sky blue' color. Here's the science of how that happens.

www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-is-the-sky-blue

To understand why the sky is blue, we need to consider the nature of sunlight and how it interacts with the gas molecules that make up our atmosphere. Sunlight ...

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Jun 9, 2014 ... We see a blue sky, because of the way the atmosphere interacts with sunlight. White light, including sunlight, is made up of many different ...

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The sky is blue because of the way the Earth's atmosphere scatters light from the sun. Find out what makes the sky blue in this article.