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Seeing in the Darkness

Have you ever heard of rods and cones? These are the cells in the retina of the eye which let us see. Cones are used in the light, and rods in the dark. In the day, we can see sharply and in color instantly, but at night time, your eyes need to first adjust to the darkness. Want to learn more about night vision? Check out this page.