Thermogram of a House

Thermogram of a House

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Caption: Thermogram of a house in winter. The different colours represent different temperatures. The lightest colours are the hottest temperatures, while the darker colours represent cooler temperatures. Thermography uses special cameras that can detect light in the far-infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum (900-14,000 nanometres or 0.9-14 m) to create an image that represents an objects temperature.

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