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What would colors look like on other planets?

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The human brain is remarkably good at adjusting to different light conditions. Think about wearing a pair of tinted sunglasses: At first, the tint is noticeable, but after a while, colors begin to look "normal" again.

This also happens naturally as we age. The lenses of older people's eyes become progressively more yellow compared with when they were younger. However, they don't see colors that way, because their brains correct for the difference.

But how would your brain adjust to colors in a completely novel environment — one that didn't exist on Earth? Here's how colors might look on other planets, according to experts.


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