ESA's Infrared Space Observatory was launched in 1995 and was the first to detect and study water in Jupiter's upper atmosphere.
What does ISO stand for?
ISO stands for Infrared Space Observatory
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- Independent Study Online (distance learning)
- Independent System Operator
- Indian Student Organization
- Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
- Industry Standards Organization (IEEE-ISTO)
- Information Security Officer
- Information Security Operations (various organizations)
- Information Services Organisation (various locations)
- Information Systems Office
- Information Systems Officer
- Inspection of Services
- Inspection of Supplies
- Installation Safety Office
- Installation Supply Officer
- Installation Support Office
- Instead Of
- Institutional Support Office
- Instructional Services Office (various schools)
- Insurance Service Organization
- Insurance Services Office, Inc. (CMSP and PLSP statistics are reported to this rate making organization)
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To draw these conclusions data was analyzed from several different missions, including Voyager 1 (1980), the Infrared Space Observatory (1997), and Cassini (2004 onwards), complemented by ground-based observations.
Herschel is an advanced mission, following in the footsteps of three very successful predecessors, the US-Dutch-British IRAS satellite (1983), ESA's Infrared Space Observatory (1995) and the more recent Spitzer Space Telescope (launched 2003).
It said the discovery was made with a long-wavelength spectrometer aboard an infrared space observatory launched in November 1995 by the European Space Agency.
He has been guest observer on many space missions including the Hubble Space Telescope and the Infrared Space Observatory.
They have been following it since September 2012, using the large Nancay radio telescope (in the Cher region of France), the Herschel infrared space observatory, at the Pic-du-Midi Observatory (in the Pyrenees), and with the antennas at Bure (in the Alps), at Pico Veleta (Spain), and at Chajnantor (Chile).
For 28 months, the European Space Agency's Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) has scanned the heavens from its vantage point in Earth's orbit.
The discovery from the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO), launched in November 1995, raises Titan's profile as a world similar to the Earth early in its history.