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it appears red.
Strictly speaking, to say that an apple is red means that
reflected sunlight from the sand.
You can get a sunburn while under the "shade" of a beach umbrella due to
If sunlight were green instead of white, the most comfortable color to wear on a hot day would be
What color light is transmitted by a piece of blue glass?
What color is fully transmitted in common window glass?
Which piece of glass will warm up quicker in sunlight?
A fast-moving ball is more easily seen if it is
Which interacts more with high-frequency light?
The physics underlying the redness of sunsets and the color of blue jays involves
just after a rainstorm.
The sky is usually the deepest blue
optical tuning forks that scatter blue light.
The sky is blue because air molecules in the sky act as tiny
blue has been scattered away from light reflected from the mountains.
Distant bright snowy mountains appear yellowish because
If the atmosphere were about 40 times thicker, the Sun at noon would appear
Light travels slightly slower in the
survive being scattered in the air.
Red sunsets are due to light of lower frequencies that
If molecules in the sky scattered orange light instead of blue light, sunsets would be colored
On a planet in the solar system where the sky normally scatters light of lower frequencies, its sunsets would be
reflection and refraction of sunlight.
The whiteness of clouds, unlike the blueness of the sky, primarily involves
absorbs more light.
is more likely to produce rain.
Compared to smaller clouds with small droplets, a big cloud with large droplets
absorption of red light.
The greenish blue of water is evidence for the
The part of the visible spectrum most absorbed by water is
no color black.
A red crab very deep in water, where sunlight is dim, appears
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