Why Would You Expect The Speed Of Light To Be Slightly Less In The Atmosphere Than In A Vacuum?


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This is just
a guess but I think its because when light travels in vacuum it doesn’t bombard
with any molecules .However when it reaches the atmosphere it could collide
with air molecules hence slowing it down a bit.

You still
need to look this up though I hope this helps.

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