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# How Do Neon Light Work?

How do neon light work?

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How do I keep my ball python tank warm at night without a blue light?

I bought a heat rock for my iguana. He uses it. I do not know if that would work for the Python. Call the pet sore, they can tell you

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How we do know if the light from far star is red shifted or blue shifted? What is the reference to which we compare light from star?

We use the principle of the Doppler Effect. I am sure you are familiar with the Doppler effect of sound. For example, when an ambulance is coming towards you, you can hear the intensity of the siren progressively increase because the intervals between which the sound waves reach you becomes progressively shorter. This appears as an apparent shortening in Wavelength.When the ambulance moves away, you hear the intensity progressively drop, as the time interval between each sound wave increases. This causes an apparent increase in Wavelength. Similarly in the case of celestial objects, we use the Doppler Effect for Electromagnetic radiation. I am omitting the mathematical formulae because they involve a bit of relativity but if you want them leave a comment. I will be happy to pop em in.We use the various Electromagnetic emissions from interstellar or intergalactic sources (mainly radio waves) and then, from gathered data, see if the radiation shifts towards smaller wavelengths ("blue shift" because blue light has small wavelengths) or towards larger wavelengths ("red shift" because red light=larger wavelengths) which corresponds to the object moving towards us or away from us. There is no necessary reference point needed. We can simply compare the first and last values of the wavelength data.How we do know if the light from far star is red shifted or blue shifted? What is the reference to which we compare light from star?.

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