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I know the sky's blue because only some wavelengths are scattered. But isn't green light scattered, too? (Most violet, I think, gets absorbed) And don't the green and blue of the rainbow add up to the cyan we see in the sky?
Re: Is the blue of the sky made of blue and green?
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