Sorry, no definitions found.
“This image is the deepest image of the sky ever obtained in the near-infrared, left.”
“Once launched, the bigger mirrors and near-infrared spectrum sensitivity of the James Webb Space Telescope should allow a full survey of the first galaxies, now established as ripe for observation by Hubble's latest discovery.”
“The twist: The material glows in the near-infrared spectrum, meaning that you need special sensors to detect it.”
“The key ingredient is a type of chromium ion that emits near-infrared light upon exposure to light.”
“When this sensor encounters glucose, the nanotubes fluoresce, which can be detected by shining near-infrared light on them.”
“The composite image was made from 65 individual observations by Cassini's visual and infrared mapping spectrometer in the near-infrared portion of the light spectrum on Nov. 1, 2008.”
“It is a dark, reddish object, very similar to Phobos, shown here in enhanced HiRISE colors (near-infrared, red, and blue-green).”
“Both images combine visible light with near-infrared light making the burned areas (charcoal-brown) stand out better from unburned vegetation (red) and areas where vegetation is naturally sparse or dormant (beige).”
“It reports that “near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is less effective on black skin as “melanin clearly interferes with the quality of the reflected NIRS signal”.””
“Right now the cloak operates for light between 1,400 and 1,800 nanometers in wavelength, which is the near-infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, just slightly longer than light that can be seen with the human eye.”
‘near-infrared’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for near-infrared.