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Old 07-27-2010, 08:21 PM
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The sun is not a blackbody, so although the temperature for a blackbody would give you green, the sun is more yellow at peak. Suprisingly difficult to find anything definitive on this.

Although we can broadly say that sunlight is white, it'd be a bit of a suprise if it actually were pure white light - wouldn't it?

Obviously there can also be a discussion on ACTUAL colour, versus captured colour - the human eye is most sensitive to (suprise) green/yellow light.

BTW - the human eye can distinguish about 1 million hues. My monitor can display rather mor ethan that. What's the fuggin point?
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