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We can see an object when light reflected from that object enters into our eye. If light is not reflected from an object, it appears dark to us. There are many particulate matter(gases, clouds etc) which float in the atmosphere and help in scattering the sunlight and as a result, we can see the sky. But if no atmosphere were there, then no scattering would take place and the sky would appear dark.
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