This book is about the true science of light. Many physicists from the beginning of time have failed to obtain a clear understanding of the true nature of light, as it relates to different events, either occurring naturally or created by human effort. From our point of view, light behavior is simple and straightforward in the sense that the rules of Newtonian classical mechanics may be applied without incorporating any special considerations for light. The principles laid out in this book provide a rather simplistic point of view of several phenomena of a complex nature. Our sense of accomplishment and quest will be complete when physicists and astronomers redirect their resources to promote the ideas in this book and build a solid foundation for future space expeditions.