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21 June 2023

  • curprev 17:0117:01, 21 June 2023Astroadmin talk contribs 9,894 bytes +9,894 Created page with "''Written by /u/yawg6669'' == The nature of light == For those unfamiliar with chemistry or physics, this section is a brief outline about light. When doing astrophotography, there are essentially two types of light being captures, infrared (IR), and visible (Vis). Visible light is the light you can see with your eyes, the light that gives “color” to things, red apples, green grass, blue sky, etc. IR light is light that is at a lower energy than visible light, an..." Tag: Visual edit