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Which objects can you not see in a dark night−luminous objects or non-luminous objects?

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We can see an object when the light rays get reflected by the object and fall on our eyes. In a dark night, there will not be any light rays, so we will not able to see a non-luminous object. But we can see a luminous object in a dark night because of light rays coming from the object.

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