Why is the sky blue but outer space is black?

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The earth's atmosphere scatters light that enters it, and blue light is scattered more than other wavelengths, and thus we see blue light. This obviously changes depending on other factors, like the angle of light from the sun (like at sunrise/sunset). Space has no atmosphere, and if there is no distant light source, it appears black.


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