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Synonyms for ultraviolet

having or employing wavelengths shorter than light but longer than X-rays

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The far-ultraviolet light observed prior to the eclipse was from the hotter companion, because Eta Carinae is too cool to emit much far-ultraviolet light.
Unlike the terrestrial light show, Saturn's lies in the far-ultraviolet, a set of wavelengths absorbed by Earth's atmosphere.
Hubble can zero in on selected regions of a galaxy, imaging them at longer ultraviolet wavelengths, but at considerably higher resolution, than the UIT can at far-ultraviolet wavelengths.
Clusters of hot, young stars flaunt their brilliance in the first far-ultraviolet photograph ever taken of the spiral galaxy M101 (top).
The spectrograph recorded far-ultraviolet emissions from atomic oxygen in Europa's atmosphere.