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there is 200 pounds of light in Jupiters clouds.
Since blue objects absorb the green light, the objects appear black.
Stars do not "change their light" as you put it, it is the atmosphere of our planet fogging it up like heat above a radiator making the star appear to "change its light"
the light of the planet is the sun
The planet light is its internal heat.
The planet get its light from their internal heat source.
The planets appear as steady points of light while the stars tend to twinkle.
Twinkling is due to atmospheric disturbances that scatter light around. For a star, which appears as a small point of light in the sky, the light gets scattered around over an area bigger than the star appears in the sky, and so the star appears to rapidly twinkle. For a planet, which appears as a small disc, the light gets scattered around over an area about the same size as the planet does, so the planet doesn't appear to twinkle as much. Planets can twinkle if there's a lot of atmospheric disturbance. Planets also appear to twinkle when low down in the horizon, as the light has to pass through more atmosphere (and hence faces more disturbance) than when the planet is overhead. The twinkling effect is worst with Saturn as that is the naked-eye planet that cuts the smallest figure in the sky.
The planet can survive without light, but you won't
the suns light reflects on the planet
There is very little light on the planet Jupiter. This planet is a gas planet and the storms on this planet have continued for over 300 years.
Light from a planet is reflected light, whereas light from a star is radiated
light emitted by the satellites
Venus is the planet that emmits the most light to earth.
Similarities: Stars and planets can appear the same - like pinpoints of light in the night sky. Differences: Planets are rock or gas, and do not glow by themselves but reflect the light of stars which illuminate them. Stars fuse hydrogen into helium and give off enormous amounts of energy, some in the visible range. Stars are MUCH bigger than planets.
The planet Uranus is 2.7 light hours from the sun.
The sun is a source of light, but it is not a planet.
A planet only reflects light from a star like our Sun. Earth is a planet and from experience it does not shine. Stars give off their own light.
The lemon will appear black as there is no yellow light to be reflected.
Green light and Red light will make white light. Writing in green ink viewed with a red light will appear black.
the moon is not a light source because it is in a planet and it doesn't give the planet light its just a design
To get a direct image of a planet, we need to gather the light it is reflecting. Planets in our own solar system are much closer and thus, they appear bigger - and they can often be found far enough away from where the Sun appears to be, so that the Sun's light doesn't affect the imaging effort.However, when a star is many light years away, and a planet is around it, it will appear very, very close to its parent star - which is essentially blinding it out.Imaging trying to gather the light reflected off a grain of sand which is sitting next to a large flashlight shining in your face.