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Researchers typically differentiate between the effects of ionizing radiation (such as far-ultraviolet, Xray and gamma ray) and non ionizing radiation (including visible light, microwave and radio).
It does so via a brief, intense burst of exceedingly short far-ultraviolet radiation, or even X-rays.
For special applications, they may be optimized for the near-ultraviolet or the far-ultraviolet regions on quartz optics, or designed for maximum throughput in the near-infrared region.
The NRL Space Science Division designed and built the Tiny Ionospheric Photometer (TIP) compact far-ultraviolet (FUV) sensors, which are being used onboard COSMIC to study the Earth's nighttime ionosphere.
One of their projects in the 1990s was to restore the backup engineering model of Apollo 16's far-ultraviolet telescope/camera.
This release includes new maps of far-ultraviolet (FUV) brightness, albedo and water-ice data as well as instrument exposure, illumination and other conditions.
In the meantime, far-ultraviolet spectra taken by another craft, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, as it flew over the impact site show no obvious signs of water--which, if present, scientists had hoped the Centaur crash would have released.