How the moon reflects light

Posted on 13.06.2018 by John
So if the moon is basically a rock then how does it reflect light. It sounds strange, when stated that way but, 'reflected', here does not mean as a mirror's reflection. And the misguided shall lead the gullible, the feebleminded have inherited the earth.

All rocks reflect light otherwise we wouldn't be able to see them.

Anything that you see is reflecting light, and the color you perceive is the wavelengths of light that are being reflected the colors you do not see have been absorbed by the object's surface. Without reflection u cant see any object even there is light Only opaque object doesn't reflect light Simple words- In Dark room - switch on light - reflects in ur body and objects aroun. This movement of the moon around the Earth and the simul. The sun goes away, and it's dark. The colors of the spectrum, or rainbow, when all seen together are perceived as white light Conversely, when you see no colors all wavelengths being absorbed you see black. Some rocks eg iron pyrites reflect a lot of light and appear shiny.
The moon shines because its surface reflects light from the sun. The real mystery is why does the moon reflect at all. Half of the moon is always lit up by the light of the Sun it is simply that the moon is orbiting us that the amount of that lit portion changes as the month goes by. This is a nice configuration that results in your toneshaping elements never leaving the analogue domain, whilst still giving you access to highquality effects. Albedo is how well an object reflects light. The white light, or color of the moon is all colors.