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Can you see a rainbow if you are standing directly under it?
I know rainbows have to do with light refraction and rain, but they are always on the horizon. I'm sure someone has ideas about this.
rainbows appears due to the refraction of light. Rainbows can be seen when we stand facing against the sun. The theory behind it is ,when white light passes through the water drops in the atmosphere ,they act like small prisms and hence refraction occurs spreading colour . since red has the longest wavelength its seen at the top as it travels longer distance ,while violet is seen at the bottom due to its shorter wavelength.
its impossible for us to stand under the rainbow as its a trick done by refraction ,similar to that when it causes a mirage . i hope this helps.
If I am not mistaken, rainbows are due to refraction, and as a result they are pretty much one dimensional. We are able to perceive them only because of our relative position, elevation and angle of perception. If a person was direcly underneath, it being a one dimensional phenomena, you would see all the the prismatic colored converged into one line, that being the natural light that is passed through the raindrops before it is split by refraction.
I can honestly say that I've driven through a rainbow. This is no lie, nor makeup to fit your question. Heading to North Carolina for vacation, we were driving through the hills of West Virginia. We could see the rainbow from a distance and soon see that it dropped right onto the road ahead of us. As we approached, you can imagine the conversation, and then poof...gone...and then poof, there is was behind us. Believe it or not, it's true and I believe answers your question.
by LostInRevery6 years ago
Has anyone seen a rainbow like this before?I think that double rainbows are rare. I took this picture last summer and was mesmerized by the dome look it created.
by cburn5 years ago
how many plants can you put under one UFO LED grow light ?I am attempting to start a small home garden for Medical use in California and I am curious about light
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