1) Millimeter wave, submillimeter wave: Among radio waves, the electromagnetic spectrum between the wavelengths of 1-10 mm is millimeter wave, and the electromagnetic spectrum below 1 mm is submillimeter wave.
What does SUB-MM stand for?
SUB-MM stands for Submillimeter
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Tobin and his colleagues used the Submillimeter Array and the Combined Array for Millimeter-wave Astronomy to study the object, called L1527 IRS, residing in a stellar nursery called the Taurus Cloud.
is used to working with small parts, but its latest iteration of submillimeter achromatic lenses takes tiny to the extreme.
He said CyberKnife is the only robotic radiosurgery system available at present for noninvasive treatment of tumors with submillimeter precision.
The small submillimeter gap between the edges is allowed to granulate and contract to further enhance sulcus formation.
This light has wavelengths of around a millimetre, between infrared light and radio waves, and is therefore known as millimeter and submillimeter radiation.
To tease out the disk's structure, Espada and his colleagues used the sharp vision of the Smithsonian's Submillimeter Array.
has developed submillimeter optical mirrors as small as 0.