Regardless, how can I get an idea of how the color of starlight, or any other natural phenomenon, impacts the color of the sky at different times of day?
If possible, what would be the conditions for a planet like Earth to have an emerald green sky in its twilight zone? [closed]
2$\begingroup$ This question is likely a duplicate of either What kind of atmospheric composition would make the sky look green and still be breathable? or is there any way to make an earthlike planet (aside from the atmosphere) have a green sky at noon and a pink sky at dusk. However, you have not provided enough information to know if they are... or not. I get that the twilight reference probably disqualifies the second (though it's worth looking at), but you need to explain the rest of your atmo. ... $\endgroup$– JBHMar 10 at 4:50
1$\begingroup$ ... Please consider the responses carefully, the goal is to inform you, not just to get an answer to your question. If neither of those two questions solve your problem, please edit your post with both (a) an explanation of the details of your atmopshere and (b) a clear explanation for why the two questions don't solve your problem. $\endgroup$– JBHMar 10 at 4:52