What The Color Of The Universe Really Looks Like

When most people think of the universe, they probably imagine that it is an infinite pool of blackness, peppered with stars here and there. Or maybe they envision it to be a colorful mix of galaxies, planets and stars, vibrant and beautiful.

But the color of the universe is less complex than you may have thought.

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According to scientists Karl Glazebrook and Ivan Baldry, the universe is not black like we might imagine. In fact, the color of the universe is a beigeish-white color.

And if you’re looking to get specific, the exact RGB color is #FFF8E7.

To determine what color the universe is, scientists asked themselves what color the sky would be if all of the colors were smeared and blended together. The question arose when they were looking for common stars in nearby galaxies.


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