Subject: Are there other atmospheres that might scatter other colors of light?
Date: Sat Dec 7 13:05:43 1996
Posted by: Scott Walcker
Grade level: teacher/prof
School/Organization: Central Jr. High
City: Forest Lake State/Province: MN
Area of science: Physics
Message ID: 849985543.Ph
Our atmopshere scatters blue light.
Could there be another kind of gas/particle/atmosphere
that scatters other colors beside blue...
Is there a demo to illustrate this (besides
the thiosodiumsulfate (sp.) sunset??)
Re:Are there other atmospheres that might scatter other colors of light?
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