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How Sunsets Work

We've all stopped to stare at a sunset, but have you ever wondered how the sky fills with so many colors? Take a look to see how a sunset is made. Back to Article

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littlegamer99
littlegamer99 wrote:
2014-03-07 08:04:34 -0800

Also REALLY BIG!

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littlegamer99
littlegamer99 wrote:
2014-03-07 08:04:09 -0800

Sunsets! I remember they looked really nice in Australia, they were really red and orange, and really big!

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yaverleaf11
yaverleaf11 wrote:
2013-07-09 12:00:04 -0700

I've never seen a sunset but it looks pretty in the pics.

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XxCryXx
XxCryXx wrote:
2013-07-09 11:54:03 -0700

I love sunsets!! There so pretty!!

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Hotshot05_1394414
Hotshot05_1394414 wrote:
2013-07-08 22:06:56 -0700

awesome about sunsets need to hear something about sunrises

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Best Place to Watch the Sunset?

  • The beach.
  • My back porch.
  • On top of a mountain.
  • Drive out to the desert.

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