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Sunlight Kelvin temp

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by l.i.am, Oct 31, 2018.

  1. l.i.am

    l.i.am New Member

    I have heard Jack talk that the early am sunlight temp is 1800K, noon time 7500K and sunset at 12000K. (the exact numbers are my numbers I am remembering but fit the idea) (CT talk is the one i just heard) But I can't see why a sunrise temp can be any different than a sunset temp in K color scale. They look the same through the atmosphere and have the orange to red color. The brightness can't be more at sunset than at noon. This may not be a big deal but it was really throwing me off.
  2. Sajid Mahmood

    Sajid Mahmood Mo Salah

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