telescope or maybe binoculars
An instrument that makes small, distant objects visible is a telescope. Binoculars and scopes are also used for seeing long distance.
A telescope. :-)
Binoculars? Telescope? Glasses? Contacts? They all do.
A telescope, monocular, or binoculars.
Special curved lenses are used to make objects larger. It is a sense of scale and perception that makes distant objects magnified.
That sounds like the description of a telescope. However, please note that the distance objects need not be "small"; a galaxy, for example, is incredibly large, but most galaxies are so far away that we can still not see them without the help of a telescope.
The microscope makes transparent objects visible to enable study.
Chemicals in certain objects can reflect certain values of visible light.
A microscope can be used to enlarge smaller objects.
The further something is away form us the longer the light from it has been travelling to reach us. Thus when we look at very distant objects (galaxies) we see them as they were in the distant past when they were young. The more distant they are the younger/earlier they are. This effect is enhanced by the expansion of the universe which also makes the light from distant objects shift towards the red end of the spectrum.
The work of one who makes images or visible representation of objects; imitation work; images in general,
Instruments are objects that are used to make music. Every instrument makes a different sound.
Mars has mass, and mass reflects radiant energy such as sunlight. Against the dark background of space, Mars reflects enough light to be clearly visible even across the solar system, at a distance of over 200 million miles. Of course, the Sun's light is quite intense, so that even a LITTLE bit of reflection makes it quite visible. Objects far smaller than Mars, and far more distant, are still visible.
The sun makes everything in the solar system visible.
they become condensed and that makes them more visible
hmm let me think.... Sunlight,light bulbs,televisions,flash lights,etc... anything that makes light. humans can see because of visible light when light sources reflect off objects.
yes sounds are made when objects vibrate because if you hit a drum or any other instrument then it vibrates and makes a sound. you could test this by hitting or banging a instrument and touch it lightly, see if it does vibrate?
Many objects do appear black or white when light falls on them. If they are black, it means that the object is absorbing all wavelengths of visible light and not reflecting any. If they are white, it means that they are reflecting all wavelengths of visible light and not absorbing any. The color of an object is due to the wavelengths of light that it reflects.