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Pretty much, yes, but not exactly 12 hours because of the eccentricity in the Earth's orbit around the sun. This is also the reason why the earliest sunsets and latest sunrises don't occur exactly on the winter solstice.
Colors enter the world by the sun. The rays are made of different colors but they have different tempetures so when they enter the world, they have different colors for different things.
Because of their different frequencies
The moon turns different colors because of refraction of the Sun's light, either directly or indirectly, through the Earth's atmosphere.
Sunrises and sunsets.
The earth's rotation.
Days and nights, sunrises and sunsets.
brilliantly colored sunrises and sunsets
Lampposts, walls, ceilings, window frames, doors, skirting boards, road markings etc.FALL TREES!!! SUNSETS!!! SUNRISES!!! anything and everything with brilliant colors, like flowers! tropical birds!
Sunrises and sunsets are the same as other regular places in the southern US.
Brilliantly colored sunrises and sunsets
In one day they orbit the earth 16 times.
Ironically, some of the most beautiful sunsets are caused by air pollution. Beautiful sunsets also result from the atmosphere refracting the sunlight into different colors which illuminate the clouds and reflect off the sea.
When a lunar eclipse occurs the only light that is available to shine off the moon is the light coming from around the edges of the world - the horizons. In effect, the moon is lit by all the sunrises and sunsets of the entire world - thus its red color during a lunar eclipse.