The Sun produces all types of light across the entire spectrum. However, the rays of the Sun that cause sunburns, and the light rays from a "black light" bulb, are ultraviolet light, or "UV".
Ultra-violet rays is a type of radiation. Over exposure can cause sunburns and types of skin cancers. UV Rays come from the sun. Consider the how intense the suns heat is. It's the heat and radiation that makes it harmful. In a comedic sense, UV Rays will cook you alive, however, that is quite gruesome. It burns your skin. UV Rays don't cause the same effects as Radiation such as Gamma rays, but they can cause severe skin cancers. ~HellsBaran
Sun's harmful rays are injurious. They can cause skin cancer etc.
The ozone layer present in the stratospheric region of the earth protects us from sun's harmful rays. These rays are very harmful and can cause various problems in living organisms.
There are 2 types of ultra violet rays, UVA and UVB. UVA causes aging and wrinkles, and UVB causes the sun burns.
Ultra Violet are the harmful rays from the Sun. They can cause Skin Cancer, wrinkles or Cataracts.
The sun releases harmful rays too along with the important sunlight. They are the UV rays of the sun.
Yes they are harmful. Sun's ultraviolet radiations are fatal and cause harm to the skin.
It absorbs UV rays from the sun. These are fatal rays of the sun.
The ozone layer absorbs harmful rays. These rays are UV rays.
The ozone blocks the harmful UV rays from the sun. It is present as ozone layer.
We could protect ourselves from sun's harmful rays. It is by curbing the use of CFC's.