Asked in Physics
Will the light from two very close stars produce an interference pattern?
Yes, all waves create interference (such as light waves)
Asked in Physics, Scientific Method
Why two independent sources of light of same wavelength cannot produce observable interference pattern?
to produce interference pattern the sources should be coherent but two independent sources cannot produce such pattern. hence they won't produce interference fringes ...
Asked in Physics
Why two distant flash lights will not produce an interference pattern?
To produce an interference pattern, the light must be coherent - which happens when a single beam of light is split. Two different flashlights are independent of one another. ...
Asked in Planetary Science, Planet Venus, The Moon
Rotan is looking at the planet Venus. Venus can not produce its own light. why can we see it?
its close to the earth
Asked in Astronomy, Planetary Science
Why will light from two closely spaced stars not produce a steady interference pattern at the earth's surface?
For a steady interference pattern, the two sources of light must be monochromatic and coherent. The light coming from any star contains many wavelengths. Hence, it is not monochromatic. Also, the light is from two different sources. So, the two sources will not be coherent. Because of these reasons, the stars will not produce a stable interference pattern. ...
Asked in Physics, Visible Light Spectrum
Can visible light produce interference Fringes.Explain?
yes, white light can produce interferance fringes because white colour consist of seven colours each spectral colour produces its own interferance fringes pattern. ...
Asked in The Moon
Why can you see the moon so brightly if it doesn't produce its own light?
because it was bright It reflects light from the sun. The sun is very bright. The moon is large and very close to the earth. ...
Why do shadows become blurry?
This is caused by constructive or destructive interference. Light travels as both waves and packets of energy. The famous light grating experiments show both light and dark spots where 'waves' of light cross. These points can be dark where they cancel each other out or bright where only one wave pattern exists. http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/primer/lightandcolor/interferenceintro.html Light also "bends" with wavelenghts at different rates...see the rainbow in a prism? As an object obsures light these waves become blocked, some wavelengths more than others, some pass close...
Asked in Light Bulbs and Artificial Lighting
Which state help produce light in fluorescent light bulbs?
Which state helps produce light in fluorescent lightbulbs?
Asked in Telescopes
Why do radio astronomers put their telescopes in valleys?
I'm assuming it is because of less city light inference.