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Tysen,Gage,Colin,and Rachel

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Mike Graham

on 9 January 2017

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Transcript of Tysen,Gage,Colin,and Rachel

hope you liked it and learned some new things.
A clear cloudless-day-time sky is blue because molecules in the air scatter blue lights from the sun more than they scatter red lights. When we look towards the sun at sunset,we see red and orange colors because the blue light has been scattered out and away from the line of sight.
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Why is the sky blue
The white light that comes from the sun is white.That light is actually a mixture of all colors,because they are all mixed up of colors we do not see the separate color just the white sunlight.
Why is the Sky Blue
At sunset or sunrise,the sun is at a very low angle,so the raise pass through even more molecules and particles.This scatters the light even more,separating red,orange,and yellow from the white light.The more particles,the more scattering!
Why is the Sky Blue
Why is the Sky Blue
Why is the Sky Blue



As the sunlight passes through our atmosphere,the light becomes scattered by all the air in the particles such smog and dust.The part of the sunlight that gets scattered the most is the blue part.That means that the blue gets separated from the other colors and we get a blue sky!
As the light from our sun shine into the atmosphere,most of the colors are able to reach the Earth's surface uninterupted.However because blue light has a wavelength that is the same size as the particles in the air,this light is scattered in every direction.
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