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Division XI connects astronomers using space techniques or particle detectors for an extremely large range of investigations, from in-situ studies of bodies in the solar system to orbiting observatories studying the Universe in wavelengths ranging from radio waves to γ-rays, to underground detectors for cosmic neutrino radiation.
The Short-Wavelength Spectrometer(SWS) is one of the four instruments on-board of ESA’s Infrared Space Observatory(ISO), launched on 15 Nov. 1995. It covers the wave-length range of 2.38-45.2μm with a spectral resolution ranging from 1000-2000. An overview is given of the in-orbit performance and a summary of the main scientific results and discoveries obtained in the first 18 months of operation of the ISO-SWS.
We have detected four far-infrared emission lines of water vapor toward the evolved star W Hydrae, using the Short Wavelength Spectrometer (SWS) of the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO). This is the first detection of thermal water vapor emission from a circumstellar outflow.