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Well I think that it has to do with the horizon and how its made and settedup as well then.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
The Earth's atmosphere holds a lot of water vapor (hence clouds and rain. This water tends to distort the light that comes from the sun, causing it to refract, like a prism. This is how Rainbows form (the increased amount of water in a specific location forms a giant prism in the air, causing the light to split into its' component wavelengths, which visually becomes a rainbow). This same theory is applied in a much smaller degree by the water vapor in the air all the time, causing the blue light wavelengths to be directed towards the surface of the Earth more efficiently than the other wavelengths, giving anything standing on the ground the appearance that the sky is blue. This is also why, at dawn and dusk, the sky appears to change colors to yellow, orange and red -- the curvature of the Earth allows these light wavelengths to be refracted to the ground at their optimum angles. So I guess if you think about it, we are all standing in the middle of a rainbow every day :-).
Posted on May 26, 2011
There is a physical phenomenon called Rayleigh scattering that causes light to scatter when it p***** through particles that have a diameter one-tenth that of the wavelength (color) of the light. Sunlight is made up of all different colors of light, but because of the elements in the atmosphere the color blue is scattered much more efficiently than the other colors.
When you look at the sky on a clear day, you can see the sun as a bright disk. The blueness you see everywhere else is all of the atoms in the atmosphere scattering blue light toward you. Because red light, yellow light, green light and the other colors aren't scattered nearly as well, you see the sky as blue.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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