We have these electromagnetic tags
- gamma-rays 11 questions
The gamma-rays tag has no usage guidance, can you help us create it?
- x-ray 36 questions
Questions regarding the second-shortest wavelength of light.
- visible-light 22 questions
Questions regarding a wavelength of light ranging from 380 to 700 nm. This is the spectrum that we can see.
- infrared 43 questions
Questions about infrared astronomy, both observations (in the broadest sense) and instruments. The infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum has a longer wavelength than visible light, but shorter than sub-mm or radio waves.
- radio 34 questions
Questions about the part of the electromagnetic spectrum with wave lengths longer than those of infrared radiation.
along with some electromagnetically honorable mentions:
- cosmic-microwave-background 117 questions
Questions about is the electromagnetic radiation remnant from the early stage of the universe, also known as "relic radiation".
- gamma-ray-bursts 32 questions
Gamma ray bursts are flashes of gamma rays, produced by extremely powerful explosions in distant galaxies. They are among the most powerful events in the universe
- radio-astronomy 304 questions
Questions about observations performed in the radio frequency range of the electromagnetic spectrum.
- radio-telescope 98 questions
Questions related to the instruments used to perform observations in the radio frequency range.
- fast-radio-bursts 11 questions
Use for questions about fast radio burst (FRB) or blitzars. Related tags: "pulsar", "magnetar", "radio-astronomy".
But nothing in the ultra-violet.
After I asked Can we see atomic positronium lines in space? What could be learned from it and what are current challenges to doing so? and added the infrared I noticed there was no tag for ultraviolet to go with it.
So I'd like to ask:
Question: Should we have an [ultraviolet] tag to go with our [gamma-rays], [x-ray], [visible-light], [infrared] and [radio] tags?