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Synonyms for infrared

the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum

electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths longer than visible light but shorter than radio waves

having or employing wavelengths longer than light but shorter than radio waves

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Because of the Herschel's sensitive far-infrared capabilities and its rich dataset, astronomers have been able to resolve bright emission around Kappa Coronae Borealis (CrB, or Kappa Cor Bor), indicating the presence of a dusty debris disc.
To scientific end users, and to people from the interested public, appropriate servers will provide raw and processed Herschel data-images of objects in different infrared/ far-infrared "colors" and spectra at different wavelengths and resolution from objects that were observed.
is a personal far-infrared (FIR) sauna cabinet called the Saunex, constructed of molded ABS plastic sections joined with stainless-steel fasteners.
The remaining text briefly covers a variety of related topics, including near- and far-infrared spectroscopies, infrared lasers, Raman spectroscopy, and methods for structure identification by using sophisticated library search algorithms.
This method is based on the transmission of polarized far-infrared radiation.
Another space observatory, Herschel, then observed these objects across the far-infrared to submillimeter wavelength range (just a bit shorter than microwaves), but with much higher sensitivity and angular resolution.
The new system will have extended capabilities to perform far-infrared spectroscopy studies and will complement other infrastructure at the department.
Combined with its panoramic imaging cameras, astronomers arenowable to find examples of these lenses by scanning large areas of the sky in far-infrared and sub-millimetre light.
Far-infrared radiant heat distribution is also silent and will not cause convection or air movement.
Herschel has resolved the far-infrared emission within just 1 light-year of the black hole, making it possible for the first time at these wavelengths to separate emission due to the central cavity from that of the surrounding dense molecular disc," said Javier Goicoechea of the Centro de Astrobiologia, Spain, and lead author of the paper reporting the results.
There's a new kind called the far-infrared sauna which works with far infrared rays, a form of electromagnetic radiation, which accounts for 50 per cent of the energy generated by your body.
Branded Permanix, this patent-pending, inorganic UV absorber reportedly features unique broad-spectrum UV absorbance from 200 to 800 nm, including the near-infrared, mid-infrared, and far-infrared regions.
And because of its far-infrared cooking technology, it cooks food from both the inside and outside at the same time, he said.
Far-infrared sauna therapy sessions are available for men and women.