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Re: Re[2]: day for night



At 01:10 AM 1/10/98 EST, you wrote:
>
>Night is Blue, or at least moon light is. Moon light is just reflected light
>from the sun, or Daylight, which is Approximately 5500 Kelvin, Tungsten lamps
>are about 2800 Kelvin, at least household bulbs made by G.E., and Phillips,
>etc. are.

Daylight consists of Sunlight (the warm part) and Skylight (the Cool part).
Both of these combined together are approximately 6400 degrees Kelvin. 5500
is much to high for sunlight. In reality, the color temp of reflected moon
light more realistically represents the surface of the moon, and the
atmosphere of the earth as the reflected light returns.

Tom

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