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Spaceweather.com - July 16, 2008

Sometimes you just can't believe your eyes. Contrary to appearances, the landscape is not on fire. "This is just a cloudy sunset over open countryside in France. There was no fire," says Patrice Arnaudet, who took the picture on July 13, 2008 using a Canon 350D digital camera. Blame the trickery on Rayleigh Scattering. Tiny particles in the air, including air molecules themselves, scatter blue light more so than red. When the sun sets, so much blue is scattered, the remaining rays can become extremely reddened. Rayleigh-scattered sunbeams are painting the clouds the color of wildfire.



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