Atomic and molecular data needed for analysis of infrared spectra from ISO and SIRTF
The satellites ISO and SIRTF are cryogenically-cooled infrared observatories. These telescopes will provide a tremendous increase in sensitivity and will, therefore, require new laboratory data to support their missions. A survey of some of the necessary atomic and molecular data is presented.
KeywordsPlanetary Nebula Outer Planet Infrared Space Observatory National Solar Observatory High Resolution Mode
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