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why the sky is blue  
Asked by Rajesh.kale903 | 29 Apr, 2020, 11:01: AM
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The earth's atmosphere consists of different gases and many type suspended particles. When the light from the sun falls on the molecule/ particles in the atmosphere, then it gets scattered in all directions.The scattered light consists mainly of blue colour, as the wavelength of blue colour and molecules in earth's atmosphere are of nearly same size.Thus, due to scattering of light, the sky appears blue.

 
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