Yes. The burning rays pass through glass.
no it isn't possible to sunburn your skin through glass
Glass does not block ultraviolet light. You get a sunburn by exposure to excessive ultraviolet light.
Glass strongly absorbs the full ultraviolet spectrum (UVA, UVB, and UVC). Without UVB and UVC you cannot get a sunburn.
Although there are different varieties of glass with different properties, most absorb ultraviolet radiation which is responsible for tanning and burning.
Because the sunlight reflects of the glass in the opposite direction, so therefore it is not shining on you, meaning that you do not get sun burn.
No. Window glass is nearly opaque to ultraviolet frequencies of sunlight; which are the frequencies that cause sunburn. The same applies to sunglasses.
Generally a swimsuit will block the UV rays that cause the sunburn, but if the material has enough space in the weave or is designed to allow the sun through (like a tankini), then it is still possible to get a burn through it
This is not entirely true Even behind glass it is still possible to get sunburned but it takes a lot longer. The reason this is is because sunburn is not only from the brightness of the sun but the UV rays sent from the sun are basically slowly cooking our skin. That's why over exposure to the sun can lead to skin cancer. When behind glass the UV rays are not getting to you, so then its just the brightness of the sun that gives you a sunburn, however when it is just the light burning you it takes much longer to actually burn.
it travels faster through glass it travels faster through glass
A reflecting sunburn is a sunburn that does not last long.
No. Hydrogen does not leak through glass.