Correct-Answer to Question #25:
Is light the major part of the radiation we get from space?




Q.  Is light the major part of the radiation we get from space?

A.  No, it makes up less than 3%.

Q.  What's the composition of the rest?
A.  The biggest part is CMBR, Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, over 70% of the total. Then there is infrared, at almost 27%.

Q.  What about ultraviolet, x-rays, and gamma-rays?
A.  Their total energy is quite small, only a fraction of 1%.

Q.  Where is there more detail on this?





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