you see with your pupil.
we see objects with our (your) eyes
You can see objects with your own two eyes.
Because the objects that you can see are made up of many atoms.
A magnifier lens or magnifying glass is used to see minute objects, and a microscope is used to see microscopic objects.
We see objects, because:* Light from the objects reaches us. * Our eyes (and brains) are especially equipped to detect such light.
you see coloured objects by the light. light makes the color of the object
It is the light reflected from them that enables us to see objects.
People see objects - because light is reflected back to the person viewing.
We can see non-luminous objects because the light reflect off the object and into our eyes that's why at night you can only see a faint out line of the objects around you
No. Most objects you see need to be shined on by a source of light, otherwise you don't see them.
the eye can see luminous objects as the light produced by the object travels into our eyes
Far-sighted people cannot clearly see nearby objects.
opaque objects are objects through which we cannot see. Eg- door, rock,ect
These objects are opaque.
yes. that is why you are able to see objects. light reflects off objects allowing you to see.
Why cant you see your reflection in all objects that reflect light?
what processes produce the different colors we see in opaque objects
You see different coloured objects by light. the light hits the object and reflects into your eyes.
it wanted to see dark objects
A telescope lets you see distant objects.
you will not see the objects fully
No, to see objects without the presence of light is impossible. Even a little light will help you see an object. Light has to reflect from the object to the eye to allow you to see it.
By the reflected light from those objects, which is the case for nearly everything. Just look around yourself at what you can see.
Translucent objects are objects that one can see through, but not clearly. An example of a translucent object is frosted window glass.
You can't see "space". You can see objects in space, but space itself is not visible. If you did wish to observe objects in space, a telescope would help you to do so.
You can see objects because your retina is sensitive to light and you eyeball can focus it. You can't "see" color - that's a frequency coding illusion that your brain makes up for you.
The mass of the most objects is too small to cause a force large enough to notice. This is why you don't see the objects moving toward each other.
The Sun's light, falling on other objects, allows people to see planets and other objects, which would be dark otherwise.
You cannot see your reflection in all objects that reflect light because of diffuse reflection.
It helped him see outside the Earth's atmosphere,with then enabled him to be able to see other different objects such as stars.
It is called myopia, or nearsightedness
we can see microorganisms, we can see small objects
rods help you: -See objects -See shapes
Yes. That is exactly how you see.
No, periscopes allow you to observe objects while you are hidden.
Opaque objects are objects which you can't see through. Such as: Books Beds Tables Chairs Doors Walls Coats e.t.c
Well you can see the moon during the day time maybe its because the objects (planets or stars) are ages away. Also since its bright in the day time that also could affect being able to see or not to see the objects.
If you can see it, it's reflecting some light. Only objects that are perfectly transparent (there is no such thing as perfect transparency) or objects that absorb all light (such as black holes) are invisible.
You see things through your eye. All objects reflect light. Therefore, when light from a object reaches you eye it forms an image. This is how you see.
You can see objects because they are so big and that's how its created. This is what destiny has put you for. Some people can't and that's because its their destiny.
The inability to see the distant objects is referred to as short sightedness. Short sightedness refer to the inability to see very distant objects.
to see the tiny objects.
objects that don't have matter are gravity ,light,thought and objects that don't have matter are things you can't see or that you can't touch
It makes objects appear larger than the objects are
As most objects do NOT produce their own light, we see them when they reflects light from other sources. The light that reflected from non-luminous objects comes from a light source like Sun or lamp.
We can see because our eyes are receptive to the lightwaves reflected off objects.
To see objects you couldn't see from far away
When something is transparent, it lets light in where you can see objects as if there were nothing there. When something is translucent, light is let in but not enough where you can see objects in detail.
Light is made up of all the colours in the spectrum (rainbow). We see white objects because the white is reflected off the object and into our eyes.
The most common instrument used to see distant objects on earth is the telescope, but binoculars may be used as well.