If you are making an approach at night to a runway with dim markers you
should expect an illusion of being
lower and closer than actual.
higher but closer than actual.
lower but farther away than actual.
higher and farther away than actual.
A visual illusion that you are higher and farther from a runway may be
A. the runway is covered with snow.
B. the runway markers are extremely bright.
C. the runway is wider than the one you normally use.
D. you are transitioning from an environment of low illumination to
To overcome a visual illusion a pilot should not
A. be afraid to make a go-around.
B. continue the approach if he recognizes the effects of a visual
C. be aware of illusion factors because it will increase his level of
D. rely on his instruments since this may cause him to get spatial
10. Factors effecting the acuity of visual perception do not include