You're driving along at night and suddenly you're blinded by light. You flick the tab on your rear-view mirror... what happens next?
Have you seen cars with headlights that appear blue?
Have you ever wondered what the speed of light meant?
Do you love being the center of attention or a bright, incandescent lamp?
These bouncing balls show you the path light would take when it reflects off the back of a real spoon (although light bounces into your eye, not out of it).
The narrow range of angles at which the colors are reflected is the key to why rainbows must be curved.
Green sunfish can see quite well in water that is thick and murky. How?
Here's a perplexing question involving an everyday object, how can light bounce off a mirror?
Did you ever hear that blood is actually blue inside your body, but turns red instantly on contact with air? Learn more on this Moment of Science.