Is the sun opaque?
The visible surface of the Sun is the photosphere. This is where the gases are opaque.
An opaque sunscreen will not let the sun close to you skin it will just bonce off the sunscreen. A transparent sunscreen will let the sun come through the sunscreen and will potentially burn you skin.
Because clouds are opaque.
yes because if you put an opaque object in the sun it makes a shadow because it is not transparent
Some gasses are opaque to certain wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum. Ozone O3 is opaque to UV rays and blocks them. Other gasses are opaque to other wavelengths.
It is thought of as the surface of the sun. it is the outermost region where the sun is still opaque. This is where the photons from nuclear fusion escape the sun and make the 8 minute journey to earth.
The sun does not have a solid surface. The visible surface of the Sun is the photosphere, it is the layer below which the Sun becomes opaque to visible light. this layer is hundreds of km thick.
A room has large windows without curtains and the sunlight makes the room bright but no one can see in so is he glass opaque translucent or transparent?
If the sun can get through but no one can see in then the room is glass opaque. An opaque room will prevent others from seeing in.
Light is radiated from the surface of the Sun. The gas and plasma within the Sun are opaque, and no light can escape from the inside.
The cream is opaque and reflects the UV rays before they reach the skin's surface.
No. The body of the sun is ionized, thus opaque. In fact it takes about a million years for a photon to travel from the center to the surface.
When light hits something opaque we get a shadow so why do we have almost no shadow when the sun is high and there seems to be more light?
Because the Shadow is also dependent on the angle of the light source compared to the opaque object.
Any opaque object which obstructs the path of light will create a shadow. For that very reason, our body, being opaque, creates a shadow when cast in front of a light source, such as, the sun.
The core because it has the most pressure that squashes it into a solid (a solid in the Sun is opaque).
The sun can be seen through thin Alto Stratus, but thicker layers can be quite opaque.
more opaque [comparative] most opaque [superlative]
My father has opaque windows on his truck opaque- nontransparent
it is opaque
a shadow is made when an object is opaque (doesn't let light through) the sun or the source of light shines on the object creating a shadow
A solid object that is semi-transparent to completely opaque blocks the light either coming from the sun or an artificial source and creates a shadow.
The Moon is made of Rock (or cheese if you believe it is made of Cheese) and rock and cheese have no light. Another is MOON IS AN OPAQUE OBJECT. Opaque- Things that blocks light (not all light), making shadow. It has light but burrows light to the Sun because it faces the Su
Milk is opaque.
It is Opaque
Yttrium is opaque.
I can put the word opaque into a sentence. Alternatively, The wall is opaque.
Yes, a carpet is opaque.
it is because opaque
It is opaque
'Opaque' means that light cannot pass through. A mirror or a black body can be referred as opaque objects. But colliqualy the term 'Opaque' is used often as a synonym for 'Opacity'. So 'opaque' can be called a measure of transparency/opacity
To be opaque means to not be transparent or shiny. An example sentence would be: Human beings are considered to be opaque.
Need not be opaque to other wavelength ranges. A thin metal sheet is opaque to visible light, but not to x-rays.
The photosphere is the visible surface of a star, such as the Sun. It consists of a zone in which the gaseous layers change from being completely opaque to radiation, to being transparent. For example, the photosphere of the Sun is the layer from which the light we actually see (with the human eye) is emitted.
Hi the opposite to opaque is transparent. :)
Opaque, I think
give me example of transparent opaque
yes, all metals are opaque.
Carbon paper is opaque
mercury is opaque
Opaque means see-through.
colors of opaque object
Yes, most napkins are opaque.
transparent is the antonym/opposite of opaque.
It is opaque to visible light.
No. The atmosphere is transparent, which is why you can see the stars and moon at night. During the day the light from the stars is drowned out by scattered light from the sun. Clouds in the sky are translucent.
Yes, books are usually opaque. Opaque means to block the passage of radiant energy and especially light.
if you are good at science you will no that opaque means clear so an opaque germ is a clear germ that you cant see
Opaque surfaces do not let light through. An example of an opaque surface is leather; no light passes through it. As long as no light passes through a surface, it is considered opaque.
An opaque material has a more dense pattern of molecules. Opaque materials do not allow light to pass through them.
Opaque simply means you can't see through it. Depending on the blend of plastic it may or not be opaque.
No, the core of the sun is pretty opaque and the energy released will be absorbed and re-emitted many, many times before it finally makes it to the surface and is radiated away as light.