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Answer to Question #5890 in Optics for Maryam

Question #5890
what colour would sunlight be if the atmosphere were much denser? (50 times denser for example)
Expert's answer
It will be still white, but intensity will be smaller. I=I_0*exp(-mu*d); d -
thickness of the atmosphere, mu - coefficient of absorption.

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