Video: You get an inkling at the start of John Bashyam's animated film The Night the Moon Fell that this isn't going to be a totally wide-eyed and innocent tale of a budding astronomer. That inkling is the Slayer poster on the little kid's bedroom wall. To say any more would spoil this very funny, very short tale.
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Our limited human eyesight can really constrain our understanding of the universe. We can see only a thin swath of light's wavelengths, those waves with peaks 390 to 700 nanometres from crest to crest. This means we miss any light-emitting details coming from other wavelengths, such as from radio and microwave light, as well as infrared, ultraviolet and X-ray.