Photon light ray
Light rays travel in straight paths as transverse waves. It needs no medium to travel along.
Light ray and gamma ray both travel in a straight line.
Laser rays are many light rays focused into a single light ray. That ray is a laser ray. The more lights rays focused into a single ray, the more powerful the laser ray.
Gamma rays travel exactly the speed of light because gamma rays are light
Gamma rays. Since they are electromagnetic waves, they travel at the speed of light.
reflected rays are equal to the angle of incoming rays.
It changes the speed of the rays
Gamma rays travel at the speed of light because both light and gamma rays are variants of the same thing: electromagnetic radiation.
If light rays did not travel through space there would be no way for them to reach Earth.
Light is a term we give to electromagnetic radiation in the visible spectrum. All electromagnetic rays travel at the speed of light.
What seeing is, is seeing rays of light - you see light.
Electromagnetic waves, like light, radio, ultraviolet, infrared, x-ray and gamma rays all travel at the speed of light.
You can. without rays of light you could not see
Yes. Gamma Rays are photons (like visible light, just at another part of the electromagnetic spectrum). They travel with constant velocity at the speed of light (only in a vacuum). Although the original speed of the gamma ray varies.
nothing they travel in straight line
the speed of light
This is the definition of the reflection of a light ray. The other term related to light rays is refraction, which is the bending of a light ray as it passes from one substance into another.
A ray of light can travel in any direction, so an infinite number.
X-rays are different from all of these but are similar to gamma rays. Both X-rays and gamma rays are forms of electromagnetic energy. X-rays have slightly longer wave lengths than gamma rays and have lower penetration power as compared to gamma rays. More over, X-rays are "waves" and part of the electromagnetic spectrum, and hence travel with the speed of light in vacuum i.e c, whereas alpha and beta rays are not waves but are energy particles that are radiated by unstable atoms and do not travel at the speed of light (except beta part. which almost does). Gamma rays apart from having a low penetration power compared to x-rays are also radiations from the nucleus whereas x-rays are emitted by electrons in excitation in order for the atom to reach a more stable state.
Yes, they travel some fast!