The size of the object casting the shadow..? Thin object = thin shadow Fat object = fat shadow
The relationship between the size of a shadow of an object and the distance of light source from the object is indirectly proportional. A short distance will make the shadow big while making the distance long will reduce the size of the shadow.
NO.all object should have shadow because light is almost everywhere.
The shadow is grey but not complete black as that of opaque object.
The Sun does not create a shadow. The Sun is a source of light, the shadow is created when some object interrupts the path of that light. The shadow is therefore created by that object, not the Sun.
the shadow moves with it.
A luminous object can indeed cast a shadow when there is an even brighter luminous object shining on it.
Shadow's only stretch so far, the smaller the object the shorter the distance. For a bird the shadow would only reach a very short distance
no its not. since when light falls on the (object) it will create a shadow.
There are shadows in space... There are shadows in space because when an object block another object from the light of stars near the object and the shadow hit the object behind it then a shadow is made!! By Joshua Aguiza
The length of an object's shadow is determined by ... -- the length of the object, -- the angle between the object's length and the surface on which its shadow appears, -- the distance between the object and the surface on which its shadow appears, -- the angular size of the light source as seen from the object, -- the angle between the direction to the light source and the normal to the object.