Before participating in the discussion:Read 5.1 – 5.3Now let’s begin the discussion:The human eye is most sensitive over the same wavelength range at which the Sun emits the greatest intensity of radiation. The Sun is a G-type star; see Table 17.1 in Section 17.2 for this classification scheme.Suppose creatures were to evolve on a planet orbiting a star somewhat hotter than the Sun, let’s say an average F-type star. Let’s also assume that the atmospheric properties of their planet are the same as we find on earth today. To what wavelength ranges, approximately, do you think their vision would most likely be sensitive to? Explain your reasoning. For full credit, you should explore at least one resource besides your textbook. Be sure to cite references used. What you read in Section 5.2, including Figure 5.8 will be useful to you in this activity.
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