Some articles on orange, sun, orange sun:
... R☉ 0.6–1.5 L☉ Weak 7.6% K 3,700–5,200 K orange yellow orange 0.45–0.8 M☉ 0.7–0.96 R☉ 0.08–0.6 L☉ Very weak 12.1% M 2,000–3,700 K red orange red ≤ 0 ... The Sun is classified as G2 ... stars in Orion) those with spectra which, like the Sun, showed calcium and sodium lines (group II) colored stars whose spectra showed wide bands (group III) and carbon stars (group IV) ...
... complementary colours, such as blue and yellow-orange or ultramarine and yellow, next to each other heightened the intensity of each colour "to the apogee of their tonality." In 1879 an American ... Fog (1872), where he put a vivid blue next to a bright orange sun, (1872) and in Régate à Argenteuil (1872), where he painted an orange sun against blue water ... Renoir used the same contrast of cobalt blue water and an orange sun in Canotage sur la Seine (1879–1880) ...
... Bay was struck by a 669-ft Liberian-flagged orange juice freighter named the Orange Sun. 2009, the National Transportation Safety Board issued a report that blamed the Orange Sun for the accident ... The Orange Sun's master had not informed the captain or crew about the ship's tendency to deviate from its course ...
Famous quotes containing the words sun and/or orange:
“It sometimes strikes me that the whole of science is a piece of impudence; that nature can afford to ignore our impertinent interference. If our monkey mischief should ever reach the point of blowing up the earth by decomposing an atom, and even annihilated the sun himself, I cannot really suppose that the universe would turn a hair.”
—Aleister Crowley (18751947)
“Give not this rotten orange to your friend;
Shes but the sign and semblance of her honor.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)