What is the white lights blinking across the red light mean?
They're an additional feature to focus your attention towards the traffic light. The human eye is quicker to catch a flashing light than a steady light.
A white light used by itself which can be seen in all directions is the anchor light, which means you are anchored. A white used in conjunction with bow lights (green and red) are your navigation lights. The white light indicates your stern ( back of boat). If all you can see is the white light, a boat is either anchored or underway going away from you.
You are operating a powerboat at night You see red green and white lights on another boat What do these lights tell you?
Aircraft have red and GREEN wingtip lights, not red and blue. (And you cannot see both the red and green lights together, unless it is heading straight toward you.) Aircraft also have white strobe lights on the belly. Is it moving against the background of the stars? High in the sky, or down low near the horizon? How fast was it blinking?
Breaking of white lights means dispersion of light in which the white light or the visible light splits into 7 colors. Many tools may be used to break up the white light but among them one of them is Prism. It can break up the white lights into 7 colors. Keep a white paper in front of the prism and the prism in the sun due to which the sunlight coming from the sun passes…