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Can Infrared radiation pass through the ionosphere?

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    Yes.

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    can you give a reference because I've heard both yes and no

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    "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?

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ionosphere

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    yes this is rigth

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    Thanks for that

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    IR? isnt that for radio

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    I meant isn't the reflection property only for radio waves?

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    Ok thank you

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    yes it can

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