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What information do the photos of earth from space give?
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Why are meteorities a possible source of information regarding the orgin and composition of Earth?
Because they were made the same time as the Earth from the same materials. And, since they have basically been frozen in time in outer space, they can tell us a lot about the composition of the Earth. The materials on Earth are constantly being recycled and nothing remains from the birth of the Earth, so that is why we look to outer space and the meteorites that fall to Earth to give us clues to its origin.
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How is infrared dangerous?
They're not dangerous, on earth, because less amount of infra-red gets to us but sometimes it can give us tans, because sun radiation is infra-red and you can get sun burn, so you can say that it doesn't have much danger on human beings on earth, for in space you have to wear space suits and you have to have space shuttle to be safe on space, because space has far more dangerous infra-red radiation. so I would say that infra-red doesn't have much harm of humans beings on earth, but it is very harmful in space.