infrared light


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n infrared light electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths longer than visible light but shorter than radio waves
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In literature:

True, infrared was light.
"Smugglers' Reef" by John Blaine
The unit was battery-powered and had a bracket for mounting the infrared light used for night photography.
"The Wailing Octopus" by Harold Leland Goodwin
He switched off the infrared light, and instantly all light was blotted out.
"The Caves of Fear" by John Blaine

In news:

Infrared view reveals tendrils of gas that would be hard to see in visible light.
While bringing to light a rich background of stars and galaxies, the telescope's infrared vision also reveals strands of cold nebular gas that are mostly obscured in visible images of the Helix.
DeMartino uses pressure points, vibration and infrared light therapy in his neurologic relief practice.
Retina chip gets both power and data from near-infrared light.
An infrared light at 1 am on Tuesday showed the fire at 101 acres.
For the maps exhibit at Chicago's Field Museum, Accenture developed an innovative application using infrared lights and cameras to triangulate the position of multiple visitors' fingers as they touched a video wall of six 46in NEC LCDs.
'Antenna-on-a-chip' speeds infrared light transmission.
Bosch Active Infrared Imager Captures High-Quality Video in all Lighting Conditions.
Near-Infrared Fluorescence Lights Up Hidden Blood Clots.
The Suomi NPP satellite has used its Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite instrument to record city lights in the United States and elsewhere around the globe.
The development of non-invasive medical optical imaging modalities using harmless near-infrared light is a major goal of biomedical optics research.
There is a product called the Nu-Wave Mini Infrared Oven that promises to have you broiling, roasting, baking and steaming at the speed of light.
Polymer cells absorb mostly infrared light, allowing two-thirds of visible light through.
The Helix Nebula, captured in infrared light by the European Southern Observatory's VISTA telescope at Chile's Paranal Observatory.
What Would It Be Like To See Infrared Light.

In science:

Optical and near-infrared polarimetry can be used to reveal light that has been scattered by a disk.
Millimetre Science with the Upgraded Australia Telescope
We employ the method of ‘occultation spectroscopy’, which searches in combined light (star and planet) for the disappearance and reappearance of weak infrared spectral features due to the planet as it passes behind the star and reappears.
Strong Limits on the Infrared Spectrum of HD 209458 b Near 2.2 Micron
We report on the discovery of an infrared counterpart to the X-ray transient XTE J1720−318 on 2003 January 18, nine days after an X-ray outburst, and the infrared light curve during the first 130 days after the outburst.
The Infrared Counterpart of the X-Ray Nova XTE J1720-318
The infrared light curve shows a decline of ∼1.2 mag from the peak magnitude of Ks ∼ 15.3 over the observation period, and a secondary maximum, about 40 days after the outburst.
The Infrared Counterpart of the X-Ray Nova XTE J1720-318
The general decay of the infrared light curve can be classified as a possible FRED (“possible” because there were no rise phase data; Chen et al. 1997), which is the most common type of optical light curve.
The Infrared Counterpart of the X-Ray Nova XTE J1720-318