In this alternate scenario, Earth is the third planet in a binary star system. One star is a K-type main sequence star--or "orange dwarf"--that has 80% the mass of a G-type main sequence star--or "yellow dwarf". Orbiting this star from a distance of 45 million miles is another orange dwarf, one that has 45% of our sun's mass.
Now, onto Earth. For simplicity's sake, let us focus on only one specific latitude--one degree. This is well within the tropical zone, where sunlight is 100% direct and daylight is 12 hours per day every day.
Using these specifics listed above, if we're standing at latitude one degree, what would a binary K-type skyscape look like at 6 AM, 12 PM and 6 PM?