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There is no way to tell without good close up pictures of the ball. More than likely it is the surface pattern of the ball. If it is a brushed metal what you are seeing is the 'grain' look from the sanding. Even if it is polished the magnification from the reflected light off the curved surface will show imperfections from machining it. Drew

Unless there is another source of light to provide alternating wavelengths it cannot be interference.

Drew K

There is no way to tell without good close up pictures of the ball. More than likely it is the surface pattern of the ball. If it is a brushed metal what you are seeing is the 'grain' look from the sanding. Even if it is polished the magnification from the reflected light off the curved surface will show imperfections from machining it. Drew K

There is no way to tell without good close up pictures of the ball. More than likely it is the surface pattern of the ball. If it is a brushed metal what you are seeing is the 'grain' look from the sanding. Even if it is polished the magnification from the reflected light off the curved surface will show imperfections from machining it.

Unless there is another source of light to provide alternating wavelengths it cannot be interference.

Drew K

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There is no way to tell without good close up pictures of the ball. More than likely it is the surface pattern of the ball. If it is a brushed metal what you are seeing is the 'grain' look from the sanding. Even if it is polished the magnification from the reflected light off the curved surface will show imperfections from machining it. Drew K