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Why is the sunlight reaching the earth yellowish?

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Sunlight is actually light waves of different frequencies. Some of these waves are part of the visible light spectrum (ROYGBIV) and therefore sunlight appears white, a combination of all the frequencies in the visible light spectrum. Light waves with
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