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Galactic background emission

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  • Cosmic infrared background — (CIB) is a mysterious infrared light coming from outer space. It is slowly being resolved into specific sources by infrared telescopes. In some ways it is analogous to the cosmic microwave background, but at shorter wavelengths. Contents 1… …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmic microwave background radiation — CMB and Cosmic background radiation redirect here. For other uses see CMB (disambiguation) and Cosmic background (disambiguation). Physical cosmology …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmic Background Explorer — (COBE) General information NSSDC ID 1989 089A Organization NASA …   Wikipedia

  • X-ray background — The observed X ray background is thought to result from, at the soft end (below 0.3 keV), Galactic X ray emission (the galactic X ray background), and, at the hard end (above 0.3keV), from a combination of many unresolved X ray sources outside of …   Wikipedia

  • Cosmic microwave background experiments — [ Cosmic background (CMB) temperature on the celestial sphere as determined with the COBE satellite, (top) uncorrected, (middle) corrected for the dipole term due to our peculiar velocity, (bottom) corrected for contributions from the dipole term …   Wikipedia

  • Megamaser — A megamaser is a type of astrophysical maser, which is a naturally occurring source of stimulated spectral line emission. Megamasers are distinguished from astrophysical masers by their large isotropic luminosity. Megamasers produce roughly 103… …   Wikipedia

  • Gart Westerhout — Summary Biography Gart Westerhout (1927 ) is a Dutch astronomer. Well before completing his university studies at Leiden, he had already become well established internationally as a radio astronomer in The Netherlands, specializing in studies of… …   Wikipedia

  • Archeops — is a balloon borne instrument dedicated to measure the Cosmic microwave background (CMB) temperature anisotropies.It aimed at measuring the cosmic background emitted just after the Big Bang. The study of this radiation is essential to obtain… …   Wikipedia

  • Dust — For other uses, see Dust (disambiguation). A dust storm blankets Texas homes, in 1935. Dust consists of particles in the atmosphere that arise from various sources such as soil dust lifted up by wind (an Aeolian process), volcanic eruptions, and… …   Wikipedia

  • Sky Polarization Observatory — The Sky Polarization Observatory (SPOrt) will launch 2007 to the International Space Station for a planned 2 year mission. There it will observe 80% of the sky for the Cosmic microwave background radiation in the frequency range from 20 100 GHz.… …   Wikipedia

  • cosmos — /koz meuhs, mohs/, n., pl. cosmos, cosmoses for 2, 4. 1. the world or universe regarded as an orderly, harmonious system. 2. a complete, orderly, harmonious system. 3. order; harmony. 4. any composite plant of the genus Cosmos, of tropical… …   Universalium


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