I’ve read that the light we can see coming from the sun originates from the suns photosphere which can be modeled as a black body emitter with a temperature of 5760 K. If I use Wien’s displacement law with this temperature to find out where the peak wavelength is: Peak = (2.8977*10^-3)/5760 = 503 nm I get 503 nanometers, which is indisputably a green color and not yellow. So why do we perceive the sun as yellowish and not green at all? And it’s the same thing if you light a match: you can see the blue parts and the more yellow/red parts, which I guess means that somewhere in between we should be seeing green? But we/I dont. And furthermore I was under the impression that the human eye is most sensitive to green color so if something is peaking in the green range how come we can’t see it??