- Feb 8, 2015
The Sun and other stars, certainly do emit visible light!! ..The Hubble limit and lightspeed exists for light from planets, nebulas, astroids, planets and moons but not stars.
Remember, the sun emits no visible light
Its all down to the frequencies of the radiation that the Sun emits, for example there is a frequency span that i will show you which covers the visible light spectrum ..
The graph is called the, Solar Radiation Standards, and clearly shows you the frequencies of visible light...The least harmful frequencies are in the Radio and TV section....Gamma waves can also emit visible light frequencies at certain times, through Solar flares on the surface of the Sun..
If you doubt my information, you will easily find a lot of the frequency spectrums of our Sun on the internet..