Observations of Diffuse IR Background Radiation By IRTS And IRIS

  • H. Okuda
Part of the International Astronomical Union/Union Astronomique Internationale book series (IAUS, volume 168)


Diffuse background radiation is integrated light which is consisted of various components of interplanetary, stellar, interstellar, galactic and intergalactic origins as well as cosmic background radiation, the remnant of the pre-galactic phenomena in the early history of the universe.


Cosmic Background Radiation Dust Emission Diffuse Radiation Normal Galaxy Observational Instrument 
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  • H. Okuda
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  1. 1.ISASYoshinodaiJapan

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