Relation between dust and aperture setting

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Re: Relation between dust and aperture setting
In reply to Araldite, 7 months ago

Araldite wrote:

If the sun sets below the horizon why do we still have some light ??

Because what you see where you are is not what actually happens. Sun still shines on the atmosphere and light reflects in to your location.

Black holes can distort light, so why can't we have a small distortion on earth or bending of the light rays?

Since black holes are theory I can't comment.

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