Electromagnetic Wave Project

Visible Light

Description Of Wave

Wavelengths: 390 to 700nm.

Frequency: 430-770 THz.

Velocity in a vacuum: 2GM/r

Health Impacts & Summary

The negative health effects of a visible light is that too much light can damage the retina of our eye. The damage that the light caused can heal but sometimes it can be permanent. Visible light, ultraviolet, and infrared radiations are all compose of artificial light. These lamps can be harmful for the skin and also the eyes. Natural and artificial light can upset the human body and the hormonal system, this can cause health problems. Ultraviolet and blue components of light can have the greatest potential to cause harm. There is no positive impacts from visible lights.

Black holes can be observed from an optical telescope when something from space falls into them. Black holes can be observed without using a gamma-ray or a high-spec x-ray telescopes. A black that is close to the earth has a partner that is smaller than the sun. The 2 black holes circle each other every six and a half days, 8,000 light years from earth.

Visible Spectrum of Light

Everyday Uses

We use visible light to see colors. to see reflections, and to see the sunlight bounce off of other objects. We also use visible light to see things like the stars, watch television, play video games, drive without collision, etc.