[Assuming I understand that the emissions are monochromatic...]
Originally Posted by Nereid
It seems white to me since you have red (T4), green (T6) and blue (T7) emissions, but the blue and green are stronger, similar to sunlight, which is white.
I think this changes it toviolet, red and greenish-yellow. I don't know off-hand what color this result would be.
If observed at a distance of z=0.25, its apparent colours would be:
At z = .5, you have only green and red, which might produce a yellowish color.
At z = .75, you have blue and orange, which should give some sort of greenish color I suspect.
At z = 1, you have green and red, which might give you a yellowish or orangish appearance.
Wouldn't T3 be red from z=1.5 to almost 2?
At other redshifts in our table (0.5, 1, 1.5, and 2) the colours would be rather unnatural; e.g. no flux in the r-band at z=0.5 and z=1 (at z=2, the only band with flux would be the z-band).
We know time flies, we just can't see its wings.