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Electromagnetic Radiation

(EMR, EM Radiation, Radiation)
(radiation such as light, radio, x-rays)

Electromagnetic Radiation (EM Radiation or EMR or just Radiation) is radiation such as light, radio, etc. Classifications within the Electromagnetic Spectrum:


(physics,electromagnetism)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_radiation
http://www.physics.umd.edu/courses/Phys122/Streets/25_EM_Induction_and_Waves.pdf

Referenced by:
Absorption
Absorption Coefficient
Absorption Line
Albedo
Angstrom (Å)
Angular Power Spectrum
Aperture
Apodization
Astronomical Quantities
Atmosphere
Atmosphere Formation
Aurora
Band Shifting
Biosignature
Black Body (BB)
Black-Body Radiation
Black Hole (BH)
Blazar
Bolometer
Bolometric Luminosity (LBol)
Bolometric Magnitude (Mbol)
Bremsstrahlung
Carbon (C)
CASTRO
Cosmic Background Radiation (CBR)
Chemodynamics
Cloudy
Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB)
CMB Polarization
Coherent Light
Cold Gas
Compton Scattering
Continuous Absorption
Continuum Emission
Cosmic Rays (CR)
Cosmology
Circular Polarization Ratio (CPR)
Critical Density (ρc)
Current Sheet
Curvature Radiation
Deep Survey
Doppler Shift
Dragone Telescope
Dropout
Earthshine
Eccentricity (e)
Eddington Approximation
Eigenmode
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Electron Orbital
Extremely Low Frequency (ELF)
Electromagnetism (EM)
Emission
Emission Coefficient (j)
Emission Line
Energy Density
Epoch of Reionization (EOR)
Equilibrium Temperature (Teq)
Far Infrared (FIR)
Filter
Flux
Flux Reconstruction (FR)
Frame Of Reference
Fanaroff-Riley Classification
Frequency
Fusion
Galactic Electron Density
Galaxy Formation
Gamma Rays
Geodesic
Gravitational Lensing
Gravitational Redshift
Gravity
Greenhouse Effect
Grism
Gunn-Peterson Trough
Gravitational Wave (GW)
GW170817
HARM²
Helium Rain
Hypermassive Neutron Star (HMNS)
Hot DOG
Hydrogen (H)
Infrared (IR)
In Situ
Intensity
Interference
Interferometry
Interstellar Holography
Inverse Square Law
Irradiance
Isophote
Kilonova
Kramers Opacity Law
Light Cone
Light Curve
Light Echo
Line Shape Function
Luminous Infrared Galaxy (LIRG)
Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium (LTE)
Luminosity Distance (dL)
Lyman-Alpha Forest
MACHO
Magnetic Dipole Radiation
Maxwell's Equations
Microwave
Mie Scattering
Molecular Cloud
Molecular Handedness
Multi-messenger Astronomy
Near Infrared (NIR)
Neutron Scattering
OH/IR Source
1.3mm Observation
Photometric System
Photon
Photon Counting
Photon Noise
Planet Structure
Polarimetry
Polarization
Polarization Modes
Poynting Vector (S)
Protogalaxy
Pulsar Timing Array (PTA)
Pulsar (PSR)
Quantum
Radiance
Radiation Era
Radiation Pressure
Radiative Flux
Radiative Transfer (RT)
Radio
Radio Astronomy
Radiometer
Radio Relics
Radio Telescope
Rayleigh Scattering
Reflection Nebula
Relativistic Beaming
Relativity
Rest Wavelength
Radio Galaxy (RG)
Radiation Hydrodynamics (RHD)
Rosseland Mean Opacity
Radiative Transfer Code (RT Code)
Schuster-Schwarzschild Model
Spectral Energy Distribution (SED)
Sensitivity Function (S)
Star Formation History (SFH)
Shock Wave
SIMSTACK
Super Low Frequency (SLF)
Superluminous Supernova (SLSN)
Solar Constant
Solid Angle (Ω)
Source Function (S)
Spectral Power Distribution (SPD)
Spectral Density
Spectral Index (α)
Spectral Line
Spectrograph
Spectrometer
Spectroscope
Spectroscopy
SPECULOOS
Star Formation (SF)
Stellar Atmosphere
Stellar Flare
Stellar Model Atmosphere
Stellar Structure
Stellar Temperature Determination
Stokes Parameters
Strömgren Sphere
Subradio
Sunspot
Superluminal Motion
Superradiance
Surface Temperature
Survey Field
Tidal Disruption Event (TDE)
Temperature
Transition Edge Sensor (TES)
Thermal Inertia
Thomson Optical Depth
Thomson Scattering
Three Dimensional Model
Titan
Tremendously Low Frequency (TLF)
21cm Line
Transiting Planet
Transit Spectroscopy
Transmission Spectroscopy
Two-stream Approximation
Type Ia Supernova
Ultra Low Frequency (ULF)
Ultraviolet (UV)
Visible Light
Very Low Frequency (VLF)
Vegetation Red Edge (VRE)
Wave-particle Duality
White Dwarf
WIMP
Atmospheric Window
X-ray
Zone Of Avoidance (ZOA)

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