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Homework Help: astronomy

Posted by Manoj on Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at 4:20am.

Put a pencil straight down into a glass of water. Notice whether the pencil looks bent. Now tilt the pencil and note how its apparent bending changes. How does this illustrate why light from objects near the horizon is refracted more strongly?

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