# If the Sun had a larger surface temperature how would that affect its appearance to us in the sky?

I thought about this when I came across wiens displacement law which says the higher the temperature, the lower the peak wavelength. If the sun was a lot hotter, and its peak wavelength wasn't in the visible part of the EM spectrum. How would this change the suns appearance to us?

This graphic from Wikipedia: Color temperature visualizes how the color of a Planckian light source depends on its temperature $$T$$.
B-type stars (with $$T > 10000 \text{ K}$$) and O-type stars (with $$T > 30000 \text{ K}$$).