No, because the way the light hits the raindrops (which acts as prisms) is not always exactly the same (determined by angle of the light, where you’re viewing it from, etc.)
Yes they do. Rain drops change the white sunlight into the seven colors of the light spectrum. The colors are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. Those are actually a continuum of colors. The only difference in colors is when a secondary rainbow is visible and the colors are seen in reverse.
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