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+ - Ask Slashdot: What do you see looking at an object a color human eye can't see? 4

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Curseyoukhan writes "I hope this question is not as dumb as it seems: If I am looking at an object A — which is a Long Wavelength or Far Infrared color — that is standing in front of object B — that is in the visible spectrum and is larger than Object A — what do I see? Is it object B? An outline of Object A? Something else? Nothing? A question that doesn't understand the problem?

This is for an SF story I am writing and is kind of important for it. All help appreciated. Thanks."
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