Subject: Why isn't sunlight green ?
Date: Sat Jan 27 18:42:19 2001
Posted by Matt
Grade level: grad (non-science)
City: Leeds State/Province: No state entered.
Country: United Kingdom
Area of science: Astronomy
I have read that according to Wein's law, Sun's temperature means that it
emits mainly green light. I understand how rayleigh scattering means that
the sky appears red/blue depending on conditions, but why doesn't the sun
seem green ?
Re: Why isn't sunlight green ?
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