Yes. A meteorite is a rock from space that had hit the ground. Meteorites are not hot enough to glow, but they are made either of metal or similar materials to rocks on Earth, so they reflect light.
meteorites emit light when it heats up because of the friction caused when it enters the atmosphere
it normally only reflects light. unless it comes in contact with the atmosphere and starts to burn as a result. in that case it also emits light.
Planets reflect light.
Telescope reflect light
White surfaces reflect light and heat. Black surfaces do not reflect light and they absorb heat.White surfaces reflect light and heat. Black surfaces do not reflect light and they absorb heat.White surfaces reflect light and heat. Black surfaces do not reflect light and they absorb heat.White surfaces reflect light and heat. Black surfaces do not reflect light and they absorb heat.
Mirrors do reflect light
No, camera lens does not reflect light but it does refract light.
The earth does not emit light, but it does reflect light from the sun.
Mirrors reflect light Lenses refract light
They all reflect light in varying degrees. If there were any that did not reflect light we would not know about them.
asteroids reflect light from the sun
how do mirrors reflect light
Planets are dark spheres that reflect light from the sun.
Mirrors reflect whether there is anything to reflect at the minute. Beside light they can also reflect heat radiation.
uranus DOES reflect light. if it didn't, then it would be invisible.
Yes. To be visible, a substance must reflect light.
no, solar panels don't reflect light
all materials reflect light, which makes color but more atomically dense materials reflect light better
light is needed to reflect an image off a mirror...no light no reflection
No, everything that we can see (besides objects the produce light eg sun, light bulb) reflect light. If it didn't reflect light we would not be able to see it.
Any smooth surface will reflect light. The better question is "How much light does each kind of smooth surface reflect?"