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Sunrise is actually an illusion since the sun never goes away; it’s the face of the Earth that moves away from it. As our planet rotates toward the east, the sun appears to “rise” in that direction. Sunlight is white, but as it enters the atmosphere, it passes through water droplets and gas molecules that cause it to scatter or refract. This breaks down white light into different shades of colors. Ever wondered why sunlight appears mostly in the hues of red, yellow and orange? That’s because when light gets scattered upon entering the atmosphere, these are the tones that have the longest wavelengths. The blues and the greens are much too short to be visible.
Info source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/smart-living/interesting-facts-about-the-sunrise-you-probably-never-knew/

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