Is there a simple way to see wavelengths of light normally not visible to the human eye?
I'm looking for a way to do this without spending several thousand dollars.
Seeing any wavelengths that are not visible to the human eye is going to involve either special filters or some sort of equipment. You'll have to see if you can come up with infrared or UV filters used or if there's a science museum near you that has an exhibit you can check out.
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