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Q: examples of luminous objects?
A: Objects which convert some other energy into light energy can be now defined to be luminous objects. In that sense, [ moon and planets are not luminous. Stars (inclusive of sun} is the natural source of light and are self luminous. Electrical bulbs convert electrical energy into light and are luminous. Candle - chemical energy into light energy. Match stick - same as above but requires some
mechanical energy to initiate. Phosphorescent materials like zinc sulfide and strontium aluminate. phosphorescence is a process in which energy absorbed by a substance is released relatively slowly in the form of light. Bio luminous things: A list of luminous living things: cookie-cutter shark, Marine hatchetfish, Anglerfish;Flashlight fish Pineconefish Porichthys Beebe's monster, Gulper eel, rattails, cnidarians, sea pens, coral, a jellyfish, Ctenophores or "comb jellies", certain echinoderms, certain nudibranchs, certain clams, certain crustaceans, ostracods, krill, certain arthropods, fireflies,glow worms, railroad worms, mycetophilid flies, certain centipedes, certain millipedes, annelids, Mushrooms Jack O'Lantern mushroom, ghost fungus, Honey mushroom, Panellus stipticus, several species of Mycena Bolitaenidae certain squid the order Teuthida Colossal Squid Mastigoteuthidae Sepiolidae Sparkling Enope Squid. ]
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User: examples of luminous objects?

Weegy: Objects which convert some other energy into light energy can be now defined to be luminous objects. In that sense, [ moon and planets are not luminous. Stars (inclusive of sun} is the natural source of light and are self luminous. Electrical bulbs convert electrical energy into light and are luminous. Candle - chemical energy into light energy. Match stick - same as above but requires some mechanical energy to initiate. Phosphorescent materials like zinc sulfide and strontium aluminate. phosphorescence is a process in which energy absorbed by a substance is released relatively slowly in the form of light. Bio luminous things: A list of luminous living things: cookie-cutter shark, Marine hatchetfish, Anglerfish;Flashlight fish Pineconefish Porichthys Beebe's monster, Gulper eel, rattails, cnidarians, sea pens, coral, a jellyfish, Ctenophores or "comb jellies", certain echinoderms, certain nudibranchs, certain clams, certain crustaceans, ostracods, krill, certain arthropods, fireflies,glow worms, railroad worms, mycetophilid flies, certain centipedes, certain millipedes, annelids, Mushrooms Jack O'Lantern mushroom, ghost fungus, Honey mushroom, Panellus stipticus, several species of Mycena Bolitaenidae certain squid the order Teuthida Colossal Squid Mastigoteuthidae Sepiolidae Sparkling Enope Squid. ]
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User: what are luminous objects?

Weegy: Objects which convert some other energy into light energy can be now defined to be luminous objects. In that sense, [ moon and planets are not luminous. Stars (inclusive of sun} is the natural source of light and are self luminous. Electrical bulbs convert electrical energy into light and are luminous. Candle - chemical energy into light energy. Match stick - same as above but requires some mechanical energy to initiate. Phosphorescent materials like zinc sulfide and strontium aluminate. phosphorescence is a process in which energy absorbed by a substance is released relatively slowly in the form of light. Bio luminous things: A list of luminous living things: cookie-cutter shark, Marine hatchetfish, Anglerfish;Flashlight fish Pineconefish Porichthys Beebe's monster, Gulper eel, rattails, cnidarians, sea pens, coral, a jellyfish, Ctenophores or "comb jellies", certain echinoderms, certain nudibranchs, certain clams, certain crustaceans, ostracods, krill, certain arthropods, fireflies,glow worms, railroad worms, mycetophilid flies, certain centipedes, certain millipedes, annelids, Mushrooms Jack O'Lantern mushroom, ghost fungus, Honey mushroom, Panellus stipticus, several species of Mycena Bolitaenidae certain squid the order Teuthida Colossal Squid Mastigoteuthidae Sepiolidae Sparkling Enope Squid. ]
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