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2015-02-04T20:35:54+05:30

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This is because of more scattering of blue color.The light gets scattered and large amount of blue gets expelled giving a bluish sky.
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This is because of more scattering of blue color. Because blue color has the least wavelength in the sunlight. so it touches the dust . So we see sky in blue color
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