2. Why can't we see the image of an aeroplane when it moves to great heights in the sky ?
Asked by prasannasivaa | 8th Jan, 2016, 01:39: PM
Our eyes can see properly only up to a certain distance. When a far away object is seen through the eye, the light from the object does not reach the eye efficiently.
Hence, we cannot see the aeroplane when it flies to a great height.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 8th Jan, 2016, 03:22: PM
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