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IC 4592 is a horsehead-shaped reflection nebula (blue, left); to the right is a smaller reflection nebula IC 4601. Reflection nebulae consist of clouds of fine dust and gas that reflect the light of bright nearby stars. They appear blue as short- wavelength blue light scatters more than red. In the case of IC 4592, the star at the eye of the horse is the source of much of the light. This star is part of Nu Scorpii, a bright star system in the constellation Scorpius.


Infrared waves have longer wavelengths than visible light & can pass through dense regions of gas & dust in space with less scattering & absorption. Infrared energy can also reveal objects in the universe that cannot be seen in visible light using optical telescopes. Gorgeous! The enhancement helps me appreciate what we miss in our view of such objects; to have insight to how this may appear. Also, makes me appreciate Isa. 40:26 to see "...the abundance of dynamic energy". ~Missy

DLS Based Analysis Service Dynamic light scattering (DLS), which is also known as photon correlation spectroscopy(PCS) or quasi-elastic light scattering(QELS), is an analytical technique...

Scientists have used the spooky properties of quantum physics to create light out of empty space.


Dynamic light scattering technique may help detect people at risk of cataracts and presbyopia 12/23/16

Microfluidic Chips- Malvern Instruments has launched the Zetasizer APS, a new dynamic light scattering (DLS) system which automates size measurements of samples in 96- or 384-well microplates. Designed primarily for protein specialists, the new system is fully automated, simply requiring users to insert the plate and press start.