Nakayama, "Quasi-Optical Resonator for Millimeter and Submillimeter Wave
Solid-State Sources," Electronics Letters, Vol.
Carried aloft by a Pegasus rocket, NASA's Submillimeter Wave
Astronomy Satellite (SWAS) is expected to record the distribution of water, molecular oxygen, carbon, and carbon monoxide in dense molecular clouds that lie within 3,000 light-years of Earth, including those within the constellations Orion, Taurus, Ophiuchi, and Perseus.
Next comes a Submillimeter Wave
Astronomy Satellite in mid-1993, aimed at helping decipher how molecular clouds collapse to form stars and planetary systems.
The astronomers used HST to capture the light from stars which tells us the "current" (as of when the light was emitted, 11 billion years ago) shape of the galaxies, while ALMA observed submillimeter waves
from cold clouds of gas and dust, where new stars are being formed.
Physics and Engineering of Microwaves, Millimeter and Submillimeter Waves
(MSMW), 14, Kharkiv, Jun.
are a unique diagnostic tool for the dense innermost region of the outflow, and at that exact place we detected the rotation.
are at the junction between these studies .
Toulios, "Integrated circuit for the millimeter through optical frequency range," Proceedings of MRI Symposium on Submillimeter Waves
Bose Memorial Session, WE2C, on Millimeter and Submillimeter Waves
Sorolla, "Polypropylene-substrate-based SRR- and CSRR-metasurfaces for submillimeter waves
For the overlap region, people who work in the field use he terms millimeter waves and submillimeter waves
for wavelengths greater than or less than 1 millimeter.
Daniel Marrone and three colleagues measured the polarization of submillimeter waves
from its vicinity, and they set new limits on how much--or rather how little--mass it is accreting: a pathetic 2 x [10.