yes. that is why you are able to see objects. light reflects off objects allowing you to see.
because the light that you have in your room is reflected in your eyes and you are able to see it
It helped him see outside the Earth's atmosphere,with then enabled him to be able to see other different objects such as stars.
when viewing objects under high-power, the field of view is smaller, but you are able to see more details.
One object that is transparent is glass. You are able to see through it.
They are able to see further into space now and see more detail of certain objects. Before telescopes, it was all observation astronomy. Whatever you could see with your naked eye was it. Once the telescope was invented, they were able to see more detail of our night sky. Scientists were able to identify and watch celestial objects over periods of time. watching their movements
An object that does not give off light on itself is still able to reflect incoming light. This is the case with most objects arount you that you see, precisely, because they receive light from the Sun or from some lamp.
we see objects with our (your) eyes
You may be able to see, but you might not be able to recognize objects. For example, your sister could walk in the room and you would be able to actually see her but if asked who she is you wouldn't be able to identify her as your sister.
Nearsightedness means that a person is able to see close objects clearly, but far away objects are blurry. It is also known as myopia.
Myopia: Nearsighted: Able to see objects up close, but objects at a distance are out of focus. Presbyopia: Difficulty focusing on objects that are up close. This is naturally occurs with aging. It is the condition when someone has to use reading glasses to be able to read or focus on objects within arm's length. Hyperopia: Farsighted: Able to focus on objects that are far away, but objects up close are out of focus.
Well you can see the moon during the day time maybe its because the objects (planets or stars) are ages away. Also since its bright in the day time that also could affect being able to see or not to see the objects.
No, everything that we can see (besides objects the produce light eg sun, light bulb) reflect light. If it didn't reflect light we would not be able to see it.
You can see objects with your own two eyes.
Ants are not color blind. They may not be able to see colors as sharply as humans, but see the colors of objects.
Well, the most common would be hyperobia, which is being able to see far objects well, myopia which is being able to see near objects clearly. There is also astigmatism, which is a cornea or lens shaped weirdly. There are many more but these are the most common.
A fire and a flashlight are able to add light to the dark to help people see objects.
The light from its source is reflected by the objects into our eyes. Light travels in a straight line; therefore, when its path is blocked, it will change directions.
Because the objects that you can see are made up of many atoms.