On Venus, the Rayleigh scattering of sunlight in the atmosphere, due to its high density, is significantly higher than on Earth.

On Venus, the Rayleigh scattering of sunlight in the atmosphere, due to its high density, is significantly higher than on Earth. Why, then, is the sky on Venus yellow-green and not blue like on Earth?

It is believed that the short-wavelength part of the optical radiation of the Sun is intensely absorbed in the atmosphere of Venus by some chemical compounds.

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