I am the color of the sky during sunrise and sunset My hooves are black as midnight and my wings are as white as snow I am usually mentioned when something doesn't exist What am I?
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The sun rays have to travel through a larger atmospheric distance. Most of the blue light and shorter wave lengths are removed by scattering . Only red colour,which is least scatterd is received by our eyes and appear to come from sun .Hence the appearance of sun at sunset or sunrise looks almost fl…at . lovenish ( Full Answer )
Various colors are seen during sunrise and sunset because the lighttravelling through the air is scattered by air particles. Shorterwavelengths like blue and green scatter more than the longerwavelength of red and orange. At sunrise and sunset, the path ofthe light through the atmosphere is longer s…o no blue and green arevisible and only red and orange light the sky. Sunset colors aremore brilliant than sunrise because the evening air contains moreparticles as compared to the morning air. ( Full Answer )
Answer . The air particles in the air mix with the light, causing it to be colorful
\n. \nits because the moon has no atmosphere \n. \nEarth's sky is blue because the atmosphere scatters the light.
The sky is red because the blue light scattered during the day is too diluted, and the red light normally not scattered much is so spread that we can see it. This is all about something called "Rayleigh scattering". . Rayleigh scattering occurs when light scatters off of small particles in the atm…osphere. Rayleigh scattering is "isotropic" and favors shorter wavelengths which means that blue light is more likely to scatter than red light. During the day, this is the reason the sky is blue as the blue wavelengths tend to scatter off of particles in the atmosphere and into our eyes while the red wavelengths pass by over head (or directly into our eyes as part of the image of the sun). . However, when the sun is setting, the light must travel through more atmosphere, and this scatters the blue wavelengths so much we don't even see them, but the red wavelengths are finally scattered enough to be seen in the air. . ( Full Answer )
Hello, funny you ask this ? b.c i just painted my rims this color!. But the code for midnight black is MBC35509 A This is the met version btw.
Black is the absence of light. My Theory: The colour black in itself absorbs all forms of light, correct? It does not reflect it as other colours do, so, it is in my way of thinking that it stands to reason that if "black light" did exist, surely it would just absorb itself? If it were t…o absorb itself then did it ever exist to begin with... Would it cause a black hole or an explosion? And where would it come from? Yes my theory has holes, but I feel it is a logical one... ( Full Answer )
You have a red sunset, white clouds, and a blue sky because ofmolecules in the air that scatter certain colors of light. Thesecolors are then viewed by the eye or are scattered out of sight.For example, the red sunset looks red because the blue colors arescattered out of the eye's view.
Sunlight contains all the colors of the rainbow. Particles floating in the air scatter some of the light (usually blue/violet) which is why the sky looks blue. During the early morning (and early evening) the light has to pass through more atmosphere to reach your eyes. The blue/violet has already b…een scattered away. The longer wavelengths (red and orange) are the ones that get through so that is why the sky is orange during sunrise. ( Full Answer )
the moon has no atmosphere, it's light interacting with the gases in the atmosphere that make our sky seen blue. the moon does have an atmosphere. and it has gravity
Earth's atmosphere contains a lot of water vapor and impurities, which is the cause of the sun appearing red when it rises and sets. When the sun is overhead, the light goes through a lot less air than when you look at it on the horizon. Red light has a longer wavelength than other colors and can th…erefore travel farther through the atmosphere. Most of those really pretty orange skies at sunset are unfortunately caused by pollution. White light coming from the Sun contains all colors of light fromred to blue. The molecules in Earth's atmosphere do not scattermuch of the red light, but they do scatter a significant amount ofblue light. This effect causes the blue sky. These molecules scattering light also cause the Sun to appearredder than it really is. When the Sun is high in the sky theamount of reddening is small. However the Sun will still appearredder from the ground than from space because the atmospherescatters some of the blue light. When the Sun is low in the sky, much more of the blue light comingfrom the Sun is scattered away from the direct path towards oureyes. Hence the Sun will appear very red when it is low in the sky. The same thing happens to the Moon. It often appears very red whenit is low in the sky for the same reason. Much of the beauty of red sunsets or sunrises comes not from thered Sun but from the red clouds just above the western or easternhorizon. Red sunlight reflecting off these clouds gives them thesame rich red color the Sun has near the horizon. So in aspectacular sunset or sunrise the entire horizon is red. The effect can increase when the Sun sets or rises over a largecity. Pollution particles increase the effect by scattering orabsorbing more blue light than red light. Enjoy your next spectacular red sunrise or sunset and remember thatRayleigh scattering off molecules in Earth's atmosphere causes theeffect. Further Reading: Knight, R., Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Pearson, 2004. Simple No doubt you have seen a sunrise and a sunset. The sky turns red,orange, yellow and even purple because the colored wavelengths oflight travel farther through the air (atmosphere). When the sun is low in the sky, this long journey through theatmosphere means the colors with shorter wavelengths, like blue,have already scattered or bounced off in numerous directions. Orange sunsets (yellow and red light waves) appear when the air isclean. Sunsets that are the most spectacular occur when redwavelengths reflect off of overhead clouds. The red and orange colors of sunset and sunrise are a result ofscattering. Molecules and particles in the atmosphere alter thedirection of light making it appear red, orange, and yellow. The sun looks reddish at sunrise and sunset but not at noon becauseof the distance the light is traveling to reach your eye. At sunsetand at noon, the light has to travel through more atmosphere beforeit reaches your eye and more light gets scattered before it reachesyou. Since the blue part of the visible light spectrum is thehighest frequency, this part of light is scattered first before itcan reach you. A sunset is more red because light is scattered due to the aerosolsin the lower atmosphere. Most sunsets are red or orange due tothis. ( Full Answer )
The Sun doesn't really rise and set; the Sun sits there in the center of our solar system, unmoving. It is the Earth spinning - and us with it - that makes the Sun appear to rise in the East and set in the west.
In the Muslim calendar, the name of the month is "Ramadan". Relative to the 12-month world business calendar, Ramadan begins somewhat earlier each year. In 2010, Ramadan begins on Wednesday, August 11. In 2011, the month will begin on August 1. Ramadan. And Muslims still do fast today as… well. It is for one month. The meaning of it is to put yourself into the shoes of poor children in Islamic countries who don't have any food, water, and clothing. ( Full Answer )
\nthe angle of diffraction is dependent on wavelength. so the red & orange light gets through, while green & blue light is deflected.
Yes. Depending on your location, the times of sunrise and sunset, and the length of the daylight period, varies in a sine-wave pattern. (Sine waves - see the link. Ignore the math; just look at the pictures.) In the northern hemisphere, the winter solstice is on December 21 (plus or minus a day, …depending on the cycle of leap years) and has the shortest day and longest night of the year. Each day after that, the sun rises a little earlier each morning and sets a little later each evening. For a few weeks, the differences are minuscule, but by mid-January you can see the days lengthening day by day. At the spring equinox on March 21, the change-of-day-length is the fastest, and the day and night are of equal length. The days continue to get longer and longer, but at a slower and slower pace until early June. By then, it's difficult to see the days lengthening, but they do. June 21 (plus or minus a day) is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. After that, the days begin to get a little bit shorter each day, but at an accelerating pace. By September 21, the fall equinox, the day and night are equal again, and the day length is getting shorter each day at its fastest pace. The day-shortening begins to slow down, but the days continue to get shorter and shorter, until the winter equinox on December 21. Then the cycle starts all over again. Lather, rinse, repeat. Reverse the dates in the southern hemisphere. In tropical areas, there isn't all that much difference between summer and winter. At the equator, there isn't more than about 15 minutes variation in the time on sunrise or sunset all year long. At high latitudes (in either direction), the day lengths get extreme; at the poles, the day and night are each 6 months long. The U.S. Naval Observatory has a "Sunrise/Sunset Tables for One Year" at http://www.usno.navy.mil/USNO/astronomical-applications/data-services/rs-one-year; select your city (in the USA) or enter your latitude and longitude (anywhere) to get a one-year list for your location. ( Full Answer )
A simple experiment : You stand still, and someone holds a light source. When the person moves the light higher (like sunrise) your shadow will become shorter. When the person moves the light lower (like sunset) your shadow will become longer. You can easily understand that a shadow is longest… when the Sun is on the horizon. That's at sunrise or sunset. ( Full Answer )
The answer is that the Moon has no atmosphere. So, sunlight is not "scattered" as it is by the Earth's atmosphere. The Earth's atmosphere scatters blue light more than other colors causing our sky to be blue. So, the Moon has a black sky during its daytime and the Earth has a blue… sky. You can see the black sky in photographs taken during the Apollo Moon landings. There's another answer below, but it's about the Earth's sky. When asked the color of the Earth's night sky, it is tempting to say, "black, of course"! However, that is not really correct. It looks black to us because there is not enough light to stimulate the color-sensitive cones in our eyes, even though there is light in the nighttime sky, and it has color. Away from city lights or other interfering light sources, the night sky, illuminated by moonlight is blue, similar to the sunlit daytime sky. At night we see through the atmosphere and out into space. ( Full Answer )
The sky is blue due to the end-of-the-spectrum light that passes through the ozone layer. The smaller the frequency, the easier it is for the beams to pass through the O3 without being deflected. Thus, the blue end of the spectrum reaches through the ozone to give the sky a blue color.. When it is …snowing, the snow is falling from clouds. The white that appears in the sky is the clouds, so the answer is no. The sky is not white when it snows. ( Full Answer )
The United Kingdom is affected by the Gulf Stream/North Atlantic Current, making it warmer than most places at the same latitude. As a result, though it does snow in London, it doesn't snow as often.
It changes colur at sunset because it's favorite food is cheese so it wants to be the colour of cheese too, at night.
It's the result of crystallised flakes of clear water, making it appear white because of the many reflection planes in the single crystal of a smowflake.
It is mostly due to the pollutants in the atmosphere, in areas with little pollution the sunset is typically only orange and yellow.
They are gold shoes with small heels. They are about 1 inch heels and very plain with rounded toes and gold bows at the front.
because the sky is white like the snow which means the for hand is white science people go towww.wikipidea.com
The lower the Sun is in the sky the more atmosphere the sunlight has to pass through. The atmosphere is full of tiny particles, dusts pollens and an endless supply of pollutants and these cause the distortion of light we misguidedly call "a beautiful sunset"
There are several but the main one is that black dicipates the heat generated between the tyre and the road more efficiently than other colours. It is also closed to the natural colour of the processed product that becomes 'blackened' during the baking and forming (vulcanisation) process. Some manuf…actureres do create tyres in other colours, predominantly for motorcycles in colours such as orange or light green but the cost of doing this will normally make the product too expensive. ( Full Answer )
Light itself is made up of all the colors, and so an object that appears black will absorb all the colors, while white will reflect all the colors. This is also why white cars left in the sun are cooler than black cars that are left in the sun. The reason black absorbs light is due to the nature of …what light is comprised of. The color black will absorb little "packets" of light called photons. ( Full Answer )
No, this is an optical illusion. The sun remains the same size at all times in all places.
Why does the bottom of the sun seems to be flattened during sunrise or sunset especially when it is near the horizon?
Refraction by the atmosphere makes the sun oval. The lower part is dimmer and more yellow because its light has traveled through extra miles of dense atmosphere and possibly dustier air which has absorbed and reddened it
The primariy reason the sunset is reddish is because of fine dust particles suspended in the air near the earth. When the light is coming at us "sideways" at sunset, this is more obvious. The sky is blue because the gasses in our atmosphere - mostly nitrogen - scatter blue light more than any other …color. ( Full Answer )
the sky in the day's are usually Blue. if its any other color its usually not natural, for the sky to be green, white, or brown. yes it could be yellow, orange, purple, or pink because of a sunset.
Yes. The color white in light represents all visible frequencies. The reason that a "white" object appears "colorless" is that it is reflecting the entire range of colors. A "black" object is reflecting much less light, absorbing light energy across the entire range of colors.
It couldn't have. A2. There is occasionally, a Green Flash at setting Sun, and more rarely a Blue Flash. Have a crack at Green Flash in wikipedia.
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Well the sun itself isn't either. I would guess sunset however, if you mean if it's averagely hotter out. My reason why, is by the time sunset has occurred, the sun has already had all day to heaten everything as much as it would, while in sunrise the night still has the say on the temperature.
Sunrise and sunset times change throughout the year because in the summer time, the earth is exposed to more direct sunlight - making the days longer. In the winter time, the reverse happens. The earth is exposed to less direct sunlight which means the nights are longer and darker. In spring and… fall, the days and the nights are approximately the same length. ( Full Answer )
Yes That Sunset It Is Calm Warm Cool Temps Like 72.f 68.f And Summer It Is Hot Like 95.f 97.f 98.f And Winter Is 45.f 14.c So Cold 1 Summer Is Hotter 1000-70 2 Spring Is Warm 85-77 3 Fall Is Cold 65-27 4 Winter Is Ice cold 45-0
the shadow will rotate and grow as the sun gets higher and it reaches its highest point (usually around midday) the gradually decrease in size as the sun begins to set.
The reason why day and night length varies is because certain parts of the earth get more or less sunlight throughout the year. At the poles, there is no "night" each night in the summer and there is no "day" each day in the winter. In certain locations even south of the arctic circle - twilight can… last all night because of the sun only goes to a certain point below the horizon before it turns to rise again. ( Full Answer )
The tilt of the Earth's axis is the main factor that contributes to how long (or short) our days are at any given time..
well... when the sun rises... thats when the sun comes up... when the sun sets.. the sun comes down... it can go either way honestly... but sunrise is before sunset in my opinion
How does the scattering of tiny particles in the air affect the colors of the sky at sunrise and sunset?
The tiny particles in the air affect the colors of the sky atsunrise and sunset because they cause the suns rays to changedirections. When this occurs it changes the suns rays and causesdifferent color arrays. . Only the shorter-wavelength colors are visible (Novanet)
It can happen at any time of day - while the Sun is above the horizon, of course, otherwise you won't see a solar eclipse.
Let's use today's date, August 10. U.S. Naval Observatory Astronomical Applications Department Sun and Moon Data for One Day The following information is provided for Delhi, India (longitudeE77.2, latitude N28.6): Saturday 10 August 2013 Universal Time +5:30 SUN Begin civil twilight 05:23 S…unrise 05:48 Sun transit 12:26 Sunset 19:05 End civil twilight 19:30 MOON Moonset 20:20 on preceding day Moonrise 08:44 Moon transit 14:52 Moonset 20:55 Moonrise 09:40 on following day Phase of the Moon on 10 August: waxing crescent with 11% of theMoon's visible disk illuminated. New Moon on 7 August 2013 at 03:22 (Universal Time + 5:30). ( Full Answer )
The Full Moon is opposite the Sun in the sky and therefore it rises as the Sun sets and sets as the Sun rises. (Actually, near the Earth's poles in summer, you can see the Full Moon during daylight.) You can never see the New Moon either because it is in line with the Sun and hidden by glare. (Yo…u can see the New Moon in the daytime, but only when there is a solar eclipse.) ( Full Answer )
While there are no specific colors of the sky that are associated with typhoons, this old folk saying is generally accurate; "Red sky at night, sailors' delight Red sky at morning, sailors take warning!"
The horizon seems pale yellow during sunset and sunrise because thesunlight refracts through the atmosphere, only allowing colors likereds and yellows to show through.
It is Islam religion per Quran revelation by God to prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
How does the scattering of tiny particels in the air affect the colors of the sky at sunrise and sunset?
The tiny particles in the air affect the colors of the sky atsunrise and sunset because they cause the suns rays to changedirections. When this occurs it changes the suns rays and causesdifferent color arrays.
I don't think there is one. It's possible, though rare, for the moon to be full just after sunrise or just before sunset ... this happened recently in Southern California, when there was a lunar eclipse visible right about the time of sunrise. Lunar eclipses can only occur when the moon is full. (Te…chnically, the moon wasn't "full", exactly; that had occurred a few hours before ... but it was so close that the difference was unnoticeable to the naked eye.) ( Full Answer )