The sun is white.
Though the sun is known as a yellow dwarf star, its color is quite different. In fact, the Sun is actually white, but it looks yellow because we see it through the filter of our blue atmosphere. This thick layer of atmosphere at sunrise and sunset make the sun seem more orange or red. And when we’re looking at it through the thinnest layer of air at midday, the sun appears almost white, but still has a yellow tinge.