Congratulations on your site Blue Sky (at http://www.exploratorium.edu/snacks/blue_sky.html), which has been awarded a Highly Commended rating by Schoolzone's panel of 250 expert teachers. It is included in our searchable database of educational web sites.
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"A demonstration of Rayleigh Scattering showing why the sky is blue during the day and red in the evening. I've used this and it works well (don't over do it with the milk)."
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"Physics Rayleigh Scattering Blue Sky Particles Electromagnet radiation Excitation Emission Absorption".
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