A good question. Light can not exactly move an object into space but once an object is in space the light from the sun can be used to move it, and I don't mean solar panels harnessing electricity. A probe can actually have a "sail" like panel protruting from it that can harness radiation being given off by the sun and use it like a sail boat does to harness energy for movement. You might have heard the term solar wind which is basically the same idea. Believe it or not, space probes and other vehicals can obtain pretty fast speeds just by using solar wind. Hope this information was helpful.
No. No object can move faster then light. However, Minato Namikaze (the Fourth Hokage) and Uchiha Madara posses the ability to move at speed nearing the speed or light, or the speed of light itself, utilizing the space-time ninjutsu.
*Move the object closer to the light source. *Move the screen further from the object. *Move the light source closer to the object.
Move the light source farther away from the object.
There are shadows in space... There are shadows in space because when an object block another object from the light of stars near the object and the shadow hit the object behind it then a shadow is made!! By Joshua Aguiza
No object that has mass when it's just sitting there on the table can move at the speed of light. Photons have zero "rest mass".
Stars emit visible light.
Yes, photons do.
There is no friction in space. Because of this, anything in space that moves in space will keep going forever unless an force equal to the amount of force used to move the object is used to slow or stop it. Same goes with light, which will continue moving through space until it encounters an obstacle.
When you include the effects of friction, it takes less force to move a light-weight object. If you can get the objects into a frictionless environment, then any force, no matter how small, can move any object, no matter how heavy.
Anywhere where there is light, and an object able to block the light, there will be a shadow.
The only things that do are stars.
Not necessarily. An object doesn't need a force to move, only to CHANGE its velocity. In empty space, an object can continue moving indefinitely without any force.
Yes it is..Therotically no object can move in the speed of light.But now scientists are trying to find the conditions for which a particle can move in the speed of light. No, anything massless can (and must!) move at c. No object carrying mass can ever move at c.
If you move the light source closer to the abject, the object will get bigger. =^w^= ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The size of the object does not change. What kind of a retard are you.
It means that even if, before striking an object, light rays move parallel, after striking the object they will go into different directions.
Light, space, and an opaque object.
Light waves, unlike sound, do not require a medium.
We cannot know for sure, but we're sure that the universe expanded faster than the speed of light. While it is physically impossible for any object to move through space faster than the speed of light (according to Einstein's theory of relativity), it is possible for space itself to expand faster than the speed of light since it is not an object, but the area in which all objects and laws of physics are contained. In fact, space is still expanding faster than the speed of light.
All stars produce light rather than reflecting light.
The limit is the speed of light; any material object can go just below the speed of light, but never quite reach it.The limit is the speed of light; any material object can go just below the speed of light, but never quite reach it.The limit is the speed of light; any material object can go just below the speed of light, but never quite reach it.The limit is the speed of light; any material object can go just below the speed of light, but never quite reach it.
If the light from a distance galaxy passes near a massive cosmic object, then the gravity of that object will distort space-time. That will cause the light to bend.
You can't move memory space from object to object, but you can use the USB drive to hold items from your PS3's storage to make space. Just move saved files from the PS3 hard drive to the USB drive to do that.