Yes. When light hits the plants, some of them are reflected and the rest absorbed to do work, in this case photosynthesis. This is the result of reflection.
the light from the sun reflects on the planets then bounces back
When light reflects, on an object it bounces off of the object and you can see the object much more clearly.
it reflects it.
it reflects light which bounces back and makes a refletion
Light reflects and sound just bounces off.
The light bounces of a surface and into your eye so you can see the object.
other stars project light to planets reflects right to your eyes
All the planets reflect light, none of them emit light.
Light reflects, or bounces off the object and into our eyes so we can see it. Through the lens to the retina.
The moon reflects light because of its color. When the sun's light hits the moon, it bounces off due to the color of the moon.
it bounces back the light because the it is covered with silver at the back which is opaque to light.Thus light reflects back.
The Suns light reflects of them
because everything reflects sunlight
No. Like the other planets it only reflects light from the sun.
Yes, it does and it reflects light onto other planets making stars.
Like all planets, Mars does not emit light, but simple reflects light from the sun.
no. sometimes planets are bright enough that light reflects off of them
Yes! The Earth reflects more than half on the sun's light.
No. When light bounces it is not absorbed.
Well the light bounces off the item back to your eyes. A red substance reflects back only red light yellow only yellow and so on.
Light reflects off the moon by hitting the it from the sun. This light wave bounces into earth. When there is no moon, it means that the earth is blocking the sun from the moon and no light can get through.
We see them at night when the Sun's light reflects off them.
Yes it does, all planets in our solar system reflect light. Hope that helps. :)
Book wall pillow table cupboard wooden door The light of opaque bounces off or reflects.. xaihay..
A light source generates and emits its own light. A reflector reflects light (i.e. light bounces off of it) from another source. Examples of light sources: The sun, the stars, a lightbulb, a flame, a red-hot piece of metal. Examples of reflectors: The moon, the planets, the ground lit by the sun.