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I've noticed that the color of the sky is a slightly different hue in each season. The change for spring and for fall is generally more noticable, as it generally happens within a few days, but all four change to some degree. Since the spring and fall changes are linked to weather changes, I've thought that it was simply a matter of the consistency of the atmosphere, but I wish to know what, specifically, the changes are, and if the angle of the earth plays a role.
Re: Why does the sky change color with the seasons?
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