Airborne observations of the Trapezium region of the Orion Nebula in the 60–300 μ range have been made from 13.7 km altitude using a Michelson interferometer with the Rice University 12-in. Flying Infrared Telescope. Fourier analysis of five interferometer scans provided spectra with resolution ranging from 7 cm–1 to 20 cm–1. These spectra were compared with lunar spectra taken with the same instrument at the same altitude to correct for instrumental and atmospheric effects. A weighted combination of these scans provides a low resolution spectrum. The radiation per unit frequency interval at 190 μ was found to be at least 40% of that measured between 75 and 90 μ. Neglecting possible features in the spectrum, its general shape is consistent with a blackbody near 70 K. The resolution is inadequate to resolve spectral lines.