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Monica R. Almeida February 2, 2009 IV-Clare Physics-Lecture A Holy Glow Normally, the rays of light coming from the sun aren’t visible. We  only see them as soon as they enter our eye. This is attributed to  the electromagnetic nature of light wherein they do not need a  medium for them to be perceived. However, there are instances  when sunlight hit particles in the atmosphere such as fog, then they 
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Unformatted text preview: become more visible in air. That is the idea on what caused the glow on the photograph. The spectrum is also quite visible in this photo. This is due to the separation of light brought about by the camera lens which acted like a prism. COMMENTS:...
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