Temperature-humidity infrared radiometer

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Temperature–Humidity Infrared Radiometer

(Abbreviated THIR.) A two-channel (6.5 and 11.5 μm) scanning radiometer flown on ''Nimbus''- 4 through -7 used to provide information on moisture and high-level clouds in the upper troposphere and stratosphere.

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