Starry Eyed


Dear Students

Today’s post is all about physics and astro-physics – but don’t run away yet!

After all, the post title is attractive, isn’t it?  This is what starry-eyed, metaphorically speaking, looks like: starry eyed

So, today’s post is for you to learn, why, when you look at stars or draw them, they are always ‘star-shaped’.

It’s all about the star-shaped image formed by rays of light from stars or similar light sources through diffraction by the lens in the eye, camera or telescope.

Diffraction is what happens to a light wave when it meets an obstacle in its path.

So, watch, listen and learn:

Learnt something new and interesting today? Don’t forget to leave your Comments.

Principal

 

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