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an instrument that measures heat radiation

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The new bolometer opens up the possibility to image fast-moving objects without motion blur.
Barbara, "Epitaxial graphene quantum dots for high-performance terahertz bolometers," Nature Nanotechnology, vol.
The expected event rates and the total energy deposited in such essentially bolometer type detectors are currently being estimated more precisely and they will appear elsewhere.
In general terms, a bolometer is a device for gauging electromagnetic radiation by means of heating of a material with a temperature-dependent electrical resistance.
A prospective device using BGMRs can detect with higher speeds than existing broadband bolometers (used in many space observatories) while providing comparable sensitivity.
Bolometers were then used in connection with this instrument, such that a deflection of 1 mm corresponded to 1 E-5 degree differential change of temperature of the strips." (2)
Abancens is one of the scientists working on the ROSEBUD project (an acronym for Rare Objects SEarch with Bolometers UndergrounD), an international collaborative initiative between the Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale and the University of Zaragoza, which is focusing on hunting for dark matter in the Milky Way.
Planck's secret weapons are bolometers, which record microwaves between the frequencies of 100 and 857 gigahertz.
On the thermal side are thermocouples, thermopiles, bolometers, and pneumatic (Golay) detectors.
In the subsequent talk principle of operation, fabrication, as well as experimental results fur hot electron bolometers (HEB) and SIS tunnel junctions as mixers for heterodyne submillimeter receivers are reviewed.
US astronomers will use 1,000 bolometers, or heat detectors, within the instrument to search for signs of dark energy, the substance thought to be causing the universe to expand.
Despite certain limitations, astronomers in the early 1960s quickly adapted the new germanium bolometers to infrared telescopes in ground observatories.
These transducers include a wide range of thermal detectors -- bolometers, thermistors, thermocouples, thermopiles and pyroelectric devices -- able to convert invisible EM energy into voltages or resistive changes.
Zinc molybdate tetraoxide (ZnMo[O.sub.4]), which can be utilized as cryogenic scintillating bolometers for neutrinoless double beta decay detection [1-3], has attracted interest in the last years as the host material for rare-earth ions [4-8].