Today's Moment of Science is all about the role that glaciers play in giving those chilly lakes such incredible turquoise colors.
We know that some nasty things are happening to the lungs, but why does the smoke change color?
Clouds can range in color from brilliant white to almost black. Why?
Have you seen cars with headlights that appear blue?
Some scientists think that we have the materials and know how to make invisibility a reality!
What's the best thing about having a rocket-powered car? If you go fast enough, the red lights look green!
One of the loveliest sights an ornithologist runs across is the iridescent blue found in some birds’ plumage. Sure, cardinals have red feathers and finches have yellow feathers, but if you ever run across the gleaming, almost metallic-looking blue of an indigo bunting, you won’t forget it. The colors shimmer and shine like oil on water. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Picture the large microwaves as a slinky, bouncing around in your microwave oven: the slinky isn’t about to fit through the little holes in the door.