I have a bulb which is hot enough to emit visible light and obviously it's hot enough to emit radiation which lies before the visible light temperature i.e. radio waves, microwaves, and infrared light. So is the bulb emitting radio waves, microwaves, infrared and visible light at the same time?
(I think this is true but not sure as astronomers see stars at almost all light i.e. infrared, UV, Gamma rays, visible etc.)
Thanks in advance!