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Abstract 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.
Melnick says the best bet for follow-up studies is the European Space Agency's Herschel Space Observatory, a far-infrared and submillimeter telescope scheduled for launch in 2007.
This team's maps show a similar far-infrared background, Hauser says.
and his colleagues launched the far-infrared telescope to search for faint hot and cold spots in the cosmic microwave background.
Until recently, scientists lacked the far-infrared lasers necessary to study the vibrational energy of the bond that exists between the hydrogen atoms of two water molecules.
In the June 27 NATURE, researchers who had recently observed several celestial bodies viewed in 1983 by the Infrared Astronomical Satellite reported they had found a remarkable object: a distant, irregular blob--possibly a galaxy in the throes of creation -- emitting a powerful far-infrared signal.
And absorption of the supernova's far-infrared emissions by Earth's atmosphere complicates efforts to measure the supernova's total brightness.