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  • Jupiter's Comet Collision Sites As Seen in Visible and Ultraviolet Light
    This comparison of visible light (blue) and far-ultraviolet (FUV) images of Jupiter taken with the Wide Field Planetary Camera-2 (WFPC-2) on NASA'S Hubble Space Telescope show how the appearance of the planet and of comet Shoemaker-Levy-9 impact sites differ at these two wavelengths (1400-2100
  • Ultraviolet Curing
    Ultraviolet (UV) Curing is a process which utilizes light energy to increase the viscosity of a material after it has been applied to another surface. Generally, a liquid material is coated onto the surface and through a photopically driven chemical process. The process causes the liquid to undergo
  • Understanding Ultraviolet LED Applications and Precautions
    Ultraviolet light occurs between the visible and x-ray spectrums. The Ultraviolet wavelength range is specified as 10 nm to 400 nm; however, many optoelectronic companies also consider wavelengths as high as 430nm to be in the UV range. Ultraviolet light gets its name due to the "violet" color
  • Hubble Reveals Ultraviolet Galactic Ring
    similar to that of many other spirals. However, when the galaxy is viewed in ultraviolet light with NASA's Hubble
  • Computer Power User Article - Light My Fire
    fluorescent lamps have a different coating that filters most light wavelengths, producing only UV-A (an ultraviolet light that's less harmful than other UV wavelengths) and purplish light. Incandescent blacklights are just regular household bulbs with filters that emit only UV-A and a violet glow
  • Hubble Finds a Bare Black Hole Pouring Out Light
    Probing the heart of the active galaxy NGC 6251, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has provided a never-before-seen view of a warped disk or ring of dust caught in a blazing torrent of ultraviolet light from a suspected massive black hole. This discovery, which is reported in the September 10 issue
  • Key Benefits of Next-Gen UV-LED Tech
    Despite the potential hazards of ultraviolet light which are evident in everyday life, such as sunburn, the UV spectrum is proving to have many beneficial ?effects in a multitude of areas.
  • Key Benefits of Next-Gen UV LED Technology
    Despite the potential hazards of ultraviolet light which are evident in everyday life, the UV spectrum is proving to have many beneficial effects in a multitude of areas.

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