The spectrum of the Sun as seen at sea level can be seen at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Solar_Spectrum.png so we can see that wavelengths around green to yellow are the ones that are the most present. The human eye seems to be more sensitive to green wavelengths (around 555 nm which is plain green) compared to others: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_vision#/media/File:Eyesensitivity.svg.
However the Sun appears mostly white/yellowish. I don't understand why. The human eye sensitivity for orange/yellow/blue is lesser than for green. Much lesser in case of red wavelength. So even though the spectrum is a continum of all these wavelengths why is the eye fooled toward white?
And why more toward yellow than green?