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ISO

International Organization for Standardization.
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The Infrared Space Observatory (ISO), launched 2 years ago, is already opening that window.
Stars and galaxies formed in tremendous numbers much sooner after the Big Bang than astronomers once thought, according to observations by the European Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) and a recent analysis of infrared data collected by NASA's Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE).
Recent studies with the Infrared Space Observatory bolster the belief that the infrared background indeed comes from dust associated with distant objects making stars at a feverish rate, says Joseph I.
Using the European Space Agency's Infrared Space Observatory (ISO), Habing and his coinvestigators surveyed 84 bright main-sequence stars of various ages.
Often dubbed the European Space Agency's answer to the Hubble Space Telescope, the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) spends much of its time studying dying stars in the Milky Way and emissions from galaxies lying far beyond it (SN: 3/16/96, p.
Rowan-Robinson and his colleagues base their results on a survey of the deep field conducted by the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO).

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