What type of wave transports visible light?

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Which is the dominant source of visible light waves?

  • The Sun is the dominant source for visible-light waves our eyes receive. The outer-most layer of the Sun's atmosphere, the corona, can be seen in visible light. But it is so faint it cannot not be seen except during a total solar eclipse because the bright photosphere overwhelms it.

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Visible Light is an electromagnetic wave. Electromagnetic waves often are called different things depending on the wavelength of the wave. Examples are Radio waves, Microwaves, Infrared, Visible light, Ultraviolet, X-rays, Gamma Rays.

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