What do rainbows and mirages have in common?

This week, Melissa and Jam explore three very different, but related, light phenomena. We'll discuss situations when light can be bent, slowed down, and even broken. It's gonna be lit.

#024 Rebroadcast

This week, Melissa and Jam explore three very different, but related, light phenomena. We'll discuss situations when light can be bent, slowed down, and even broken. It's gonna be lit.

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References from this episode
  1. Why do rainbows form instead of just straight bands of colors? And why do they appear to touch the ground? - Scientific American
  2. What causes a mirage? - Scientific American
  3. Chemistry, Edition 1 - Julia Burdge


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