thermal emission

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Noun1.thermal emission - the emission of electrons from very hot substances
emission - the release of electrons from parent atoms
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The abattoir will be able to hold up to 600 animals and will feature sustainable practices to reduce the thermal emission of the slaughterhouse.
These include creating a full terrain map using the OSIRIS-REx Laser Altimeter and producing X-ray and infrared charts of the asteroid through the Thermal Emission and the Regolith X-ray Imaging Spectrometers.
NASA's Mars Odyssey probe began mapping the surface of Mars using its thermal emission imaging system.
Advance Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) Global Digital Elevation Model (GDEM) is used in GIS environment for watershed modeling and mining primary morphometric parameters comprised of spatial and attribute information.
Environmental conservation systems were taken into account by reducing the thermal emission and a centralised system was followed for cleaning the slaughtering halls and thus reduced the use of cleaning equipment and materials in addition to reducing the effort of workers and water consumption.
In the meantime, the visual phenomenon gets to keep its name: STEVE, short for Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement.
Kirchhoff's law of thermal emission was formulated in 1859 [1,2].
To double-check that the colours they're mapping are truly the rock type predicted by the imagery, the researchers took hand samples from accessible locations in the study area to the laboratory and measured the spectral signatures of each rock using a thermal emission spectrometer.
This individual reported that the thermal emission starts to become significant at a wavelength of 1.6 [micro]m.
"We focused on the night side because it had been poorly explored; we can see the upper clouds on the planet's night side via their thermal emission, but it's been difficult to observe them properly because the contrast in our infrared images was too low to pick up enough detail."
Since many factors affect thermal emission and detection, previous studies have analyzed the asymmetry assessed by our study.2,4 The known mean temperature difference between the two sides of various body segments is 0.11-0.5degC, and our results showed a similar difference, despite detection of pathologic inflammatory lesions.7 Deng et al.

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