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This set of images and video produced with infrared photography lets students "see" heat radiation. Infrared is emitted by anything with a temperature -- even cold objects. The photographic technique is a way to visualize the transfer of energy from hotter to colder regions and build accurate concepts about radiant energy. Images depict a variety of objects: hot coffee, Old Faithful geyser, ice cubes, cold-blooded and warm-blooded animals, and hot springs. This resource is part of PBS Learning Media, a collection of thousands of classroom-ready, free digital resources compiled by researchers and experienced teachers to promote the use of digital learning.
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