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  1. The difference in morning and evening lighting (under the same weather conditions) is caused by the fact that during the daytime, streams of air heated from the ground capture and lift up a large amount of the smallest dust. At night, this dust settles back down.

    When passing through this dust, the sun's rays are colored in slightly redder shades. Visually, this is perceived as a “warmer” shade of color.

  2. Does the picture show sunrise or sunset? The blue part of the spectrum, which is more susceptible to scattering than the red part, should be scattered in the atmosphere equally at sunset and sunrise, if you do not take into account the evaporation of water, which leads to additional scattering. During the day, the tones may become warmer due to the increasing proportion of water vapor in the air.

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