Why do we sometimes see the sun as a red kolobok?

Sunlight, when passing through the atmosphere, mainly loses short-wave rays (violet, blue, blue) due to scattering. The thicker the atmosphere, the more the short-wavelength part of the spectrum is scattered, and mainly long-wavelength rays – orange, red – reach us.

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