|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
I know that the atmosphere acts as a color filter for any light coming from the sky, so we don't see objects in the sky exactly as they are. My guess is that Earth would look different from space if it didn't have its very own color filter, the atmosphere. So suppose Earth still had all of its features, only it didn't have an atmosphere filtering all of its colors. Would it look any different? How different?
Re: How would Earth look like from space if it didn't have an atmosphere?
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