Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Do you know, the sky may appear purple in color but it is actually dangerous: Okzone Techno

Jakarta – colorful Heaven When it rises and sets it is so beautiful to the eyes. However, behind its beauty, it turns out that there is a phenomenon that needs to be observed.

It is known that colors in the sky are also known as scattering phenomenon. Reporting from news.wisc.edu, Steven Ackerman, a professor of meteorology at UW-Madison, said sunset color results from a phenomenon called scattering.

At dusk, molecules and small particles in the atmosphere change the direction of the light rays, causing them to scatter.

The scattering that affects the color of light is determined by the wavelength of the light and the size of the particles.

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A large number of air molecules will produce blue and purple colors.

This is why we always see blue and violet from all directions, because we cannot see violet very well.

Meteorologist Lauren Rautenkranz also said, short lengths of waves propagating in all directions bounce from particle to particle until it reaches your eye.

However, the sky does not appear violet and blue due to the limitations of our eyes.

The phenomenon of purple sky proved to be a harbinger of a terrible storm.

The pinkish-purple sky hides a major catastrophe, named Typhoon Hagibis, whose center is estimated to have speeds of up to 160 kmph.

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Although tempting, this colorful blanket was followed by a horrific natural disaster that could have killed many.

The presence of a large storm, followed by heavy rain, can wash away larger particles with better light absorption capacity.

So, if you encounter the phenomenon of purple sky, you should be alert.

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