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If people could see infrared light, what would they observe?
« on: December 08, 2014, 00:00:39 »
If people could see infrared light (IR light) what would humans be able to observe?

What would people see with other life, planet Earth, the Sun and other planets and in space?

What infrared wavelength phenomena are there?

What infrared electromagnetic events would people be able to witness?

Could we view electrical and natural energy?



Would being able to see our environment change our thinking view of the world?

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seeing in infrared light: Horsehead nebula and Flame nebula
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2014, 21:47:14 »
seeing in infrared light: Horsehead nebula and Flame nebula

What would you see in space if you could see the infrared light waves?

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope gives a stunning infrared light view of the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex that includes the Horsehead nebula and Flame nebula.



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The famous Horsehead nebula makes a ghostly appearance on the far right side of the image, but is almost unrecognizable in this infrared view. In visible-light images, the nebula has a distinctively dark and dusty horse-shaped silhouette, but when viewed in infrared light, dust becomes transparent and the nebula appears as a wispy arc.

The Horsehead is only one small feature in the Orion Molecular Cloud Complex, dominated in the center of this view by the brilliant Flame nebula (NGC 2024).
Image: Horsehead nebula viewed in infrared | phys.org