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Our atmosphere’s greenhouse effect similarly lets sunlight (mainly in the visible light portion of the electromagnetic spectrum) reach the Earth’s surface to warm it but absorbs the infrared radiation our planet emits back to space.
As a result, the light from S0-2 should be shifted into the redder parts of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Astronomers spread the news of the joint detection and began scanning the aftermath of the explosion with telescopes capable of observing the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
That is, to be able to selectively see across the entire electromagnetic spectrum — radio waves, microwaves, infrared, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays.
Dominance of the electromagnetic spectrum will become more and more important.
And the signals only appear in the radio section of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Pilot program on use of electromagnetic spectrum in support of border security operations.
The airplane is outfitted with antenna arrays from tip to tail, and manned by systems engineers and electronic warfare specialists who are dueling against Russian jamming specialists and electromagnetic spectrum decoy artists.
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