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2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- JNH Lifestyles, a well-known producer of far-infrared merchandise, recently unveiled its redesigned website to the public.
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.
The new far-infrared Herschel view shows in spectacular detail the scene playing out around the Horsehead Nebula at the right-hand side of the image, where it seems to surf like a "white horse" in the waves of turbulent star-forming clouds.
The new Night Vision system is based on Autoliv's far-infrared technology.
This study was conducted to investigate the far-infrared ray emission and electrical properties of woodceramics manufactured from pine sawdust at different carbonizing temperatures and resin impregnation ratios.
The team spotted HW2's disk with the Sub-millimeter Array telescope atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii, a network of eight far-infrared detectors exquisitely sensitive to dust and highly ionized molecular gas in dense, circumstellar disks.
This method is based on the transmission of polarized far-infrared radiation.
From near- to far-infrared analysis, Frontier is our most powerful spectrometer to date.