International Journal of Advanced Sport Sciences Research

ASSR is an open access journal, aims at rapid publication of concise research papers of a broad interest in Physical education fields. Subject areas include all the current fields of interest represented by the Committees of the Design Scientific Renaissance. ASSR welcomes papers and articles in sport and physical education, fields of ASSR includes but not limited to: sport for all; Exercise physiology; Moths of training and coaching;Sport’s performance and analysis

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Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Technology Research

JACSTR is an open access journal, aims at rapid publication of concise research papers of a broad interest in computer science and information technology fields.

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Journal of Advanced Laser and Optics Research

JALOR aims at rapid publication of concise research papers of a broad interest in laser and optics fields. Subject areas include all the current fields of interest represented by the Committees of the Design Scientific Renaissance. JALOR accepts papers and articles in fields, including but not limited to the following: Actuator; Detectors; Ferroelectric And Ferromagnetic Materials; Filters; Holography; Laser Accessories And Optics

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Journal of Advanced Medical Research

Journal of Advanced Medical Research (JAMR) is an open access journal, provides rapid publication of various articles in the fields of Medical, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Comparative Veterinary and Medical sciences, and related disciplines. JAMR seeks to publish experimental and theoretical research results of outstanding significance in the form of original articles, reviews, case reports, short reports, or letters to the editor.

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Journal of Advanced Science and Engineering Research

JASER is an open access journal, aims at rapid publication of concise research papers of a broad interest in science and engineering fields. Subject areas include all the current fields of interest represented by the Committees of the Design Scientific Renaissance.

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Journal of Advanced Social Research

JASR is an open access journal, aims at rapid publication of concise research papers of a broad interest in social fields. JASR welcomes papers and articles in social fields, including but not limited to the following: Accounting; Applied Economics; Business Law; Business Management; Economics; Education Read More >

Journal of Purity, Utility Reaction and Environment

JMMR aims at rapid publication of concise research papers of a broad interest in marketing fields. JMMR welcomes papers and articles in marketing fields, including but not limited to the following: Consumer behavior; CRM; Customer Knowledge Management; Advertising economies; Consumer modeling; Marketing research; Interactive marke

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Journal of Purity, Utility Reaction and Environment

The Journal of Purity, Utility Reaction & ENVIRONMENT focuses upon six aspects of chemical engineering: chemical reaction engineering, environment chemical engineering, and materials synthesis and processing, catalyst surface reaction, optimization and control.

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Eagle Eye 911

by Rosaria Wetzell (2020-08-18)


Eyes see colors through a Eagle Eye 911 fascinating aspects of the perceptual mechanism of the eye and brain. People often wonder why the sky is blue, especially in Northern Colorado where we are blessed with the beautiful dark blue hues of mountain skies. White light is a combination of all of the visible light spectrum together. Visible light is a small section of the electromagnetic spectrum that includes x-rays, microwaves, and radio waves. The human eye us only capable of perceiving light in 400 to 700 nanometer region, a very small band. Light travels like a wave with distance between wave tops just like in the ocean. Red light has the largest waves and blue light the smallest. Because blue light is the close to the smallest wavelength it is much more prone to bump into molecules of oxygen, nitrogen, and other gases. A scientist in the 19th century first documented the scattering of light by small particles. Lord Rayleigh expanded on the scattering so today it is usually referred to as Rayleigh scattering. Generally gas molecules become more spread out with altitude and the effect decreases. At 100 kilometers (62 miles) space is generally defined as starting. The oxygen molecules are too spread out to have significant impact on light and if you were gazing up at this altitude the sky appears black. At lower elevations, during the interaction the gas molecules absorb the blue light and re-emit it slightly changing the color and scattering it in all directions.

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