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Can Infrared radiation pass through the ionosphere?

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Yes.
can you give a reference because I've heard both yes and no
"The most obvious category of electromagnetic wavelengths not absorbed by the atmosphere is visible light, with amplitudes between about 300 and 700 nm." http://www.wisegeek.com/which-electromagnetic-wavelengths-can-pass-through-the-atmosphere.htm

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This was in my exam, I put yes for shorter wavelengths, no for longer wavelengths as shown in this image. Is that right?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ionosphere
yes this is rigth
Thanks for that
IR? isnt that for radio
I meant isn't the reflection property only for radio waves?
Ok thank you
yes it can

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