What would happen if light was placed inside a spherical mirror?
Assuming we have a complete spherical mirror, would the light travel there forever. Or would it stops for some reason?
No mirror reflects 100% of the light that strikes it, so the light would soon disappear (assuming that the source of the light itself is only temporary).
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