- adj. Alternative form of infrared.
“The second invisibility is that those same gases such as CO2 and methane have molecules shaped in such a way that, although they let hot visible light pass through them, they don't give a pass to the hot light called infra-red light.”
“But to an infra-red telescope it's opaque; you can't look through too much, and less is always better.”
“It was white to help the suit reflect the visible light and infra-red light that would draw heat into the suit.”
“Not only do the cameras see in natural light, but they see in infra-red, and in radio frequencies.”
“As winter on the mysterious smoggy moon recently turned to spring, researchers using an infra-red camera aboard NASA's Cassini spacecraft detected signs of a "substantial" spring rain of the liquefied natural gas sprinkling across vast fields of dunes near Titan's equator.”
“This led to the use of infra-red light frequencies, or those that are not visible to the naked eye.”
“Captive Media's urinal-based games console is able to detect where urine is falling through the use of an infra-red device.”
“The console is able to detect where the urine is falling through the use of an infra-red device.”
“It has sonar and radar systems, infra-red lighting and storage for dummy torpedoes in the sleeping quarters.”
“New infra-red camera footage of the rare Javan rhino in its natural habitat, here or here.”
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