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They are called red, blue and green because they respond most strongly to light at.

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The leaf thus appears green. And as we view the black asphalt street, the atoms.

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This can be explained by light scattering. As the sun approaches the horizon line, sunlight.

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The net effect is that the red and green cones are stimulated about equally by.

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The sky around the sun is seen reddened, as well as the light coming directly.

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When viewed from the beach, the sea is also blue because it reflects the sky, of course.  Some birds and.

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The sun emits light waves with a range of frequencies. Some of these frequencies fall.

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These particles are most effective in scattering the higher frequency and shorter wavelength portions of.

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However, our eyes are more sensitive to light with blue frequencies. Thus, we view the.

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This gives the opposite to the usual Tyndall effect, and may cause the moon to.

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Tyndall Effect The first steps towards correctly explaining the colour of the sky were taken.

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Physics FAQ - Copyright Original by Philip Gibbs May 1997. A clear cloudless day-time sky.