What colour of the sun is seen when seen from the surface of the moon?
Asked by arpitt682 | 20th Aug, 2019, 12:47: PM
In the spectrum of sunlight wavelengths all colours are present. Hence true colour of sun is mixture of all colour that is white.
But due to earth's atmosphere, low wavelength colours like blu and green are scattered , hence we see the sun's colour as yellow or red.
In Moon there is no atmosphere, hence no scattering. Sun appears as white in colour from moon's surface
Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 20th Aug, 2019, 04:04: PM
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