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  • Redshift
    Redshift
    In physics , redshift happens when light seen coming from an object is proportionally increased in wavelength, or shifted to the red end of the spectrum...

    , the increase of wavelength of detected electromagnetic radiation with respect to the original wavelength of the emission
  • Red shift, an informal term for a bathochromic shift
    Bathochromic shift
    Bathochromic shift is a change of spectral band position in the absorption, reflectance, transmittance, or emission spectrum of a molecule to a longer wavelength ....

  • RedShift (planetarium software)
    RedShift (planetarium software)
    Redshift is planetarium software created by Maris Multimedia. It runs on PC with Microsoft Windows and iPad.- Description :Redshift is a group of educational planetarium and astronomy software packages that allow the user to observe the sky from a range of dates, print off data based on the...

    , planetarium software created by Maris Multimedia

Technology

  • Redshift (theory)
    Redshift (theory)
    Redshift is a techno-economic theory suggesting hypersegmentation of Information Technology markets based on whether individual computing needs are over or under-served by Moore's Law, which predicts the doubling of computing transistors every two years...

    , techno-economic theory segmenting technology markets as either over or under-served by Moore's Law
  • Redshift, open-source software that reduces eye strain by adjusting a screen's color temperature according to the time of day

Music

  • Red Shift (Vierk), a work by post-minimalist composer Lois V Vierk
    Lois V Vierk
    Lois V Vierk is a "post-minimalist" or "totalist" composer who lives in New York City.She received a B.A. degree in piano and ethnomusicology from UCLA in 1974. She then attended Cal Arts, studying composition with Mel Powell, Leonard Stein, and Morton Subotnick, receiving her M.F.A. in 1978...

  • Redshift (music)
    Redshift (music)
    Redshift are a British electronic music group, founded in 1996 by Mark Shreeve. Their musical style ranges from Berlin School to dark ambient...

    , an English electronic music group
  • Red Shift, an album released by the metal band Asgaroth
    Asgaroth
    Asgaroth was a black metal band from Barcelona, Spain formed in 1995. It started as a one man-project by Lord Lupus. Their international attention increased after their second album release, Red Shift, through Peaceville.-Peaceville Records:...

  • A song by North Carolina hardcore band Hopesfall
    Hopesfall
    Hopesfall was a post-hardcore band from Charlotte, North Carolina formed in 1998. They were signed to Trustkill Records. The band broke up in 2008 after all members, with the exception of singer Jay Forrest, decided to leave the band.-Biography:...

     from the album The Satellite Years
  • A song by Paradise Lost from the self-titled album Paradise Lost
  • Redshift, an EP by Splashdown
    Splashdown (band)
    Splashdown, formed in Allston, Massachusetts, in 1996, was an American pop rock band. The group disbanded in 2001; their last show was at the release party for the debut CD of Freezepop on February 2 of that year. Splashdown gained a small but extremely loyal following in the Northeast United...

     released on Capitol Records
  • Red Shift, a song by Peter Hammill (featuring Randy California), from his third album The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage
    The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage
    The Silent Corner and the Empty Stage is the third album by British singer-songwriter Peter Hammill. It was released on Charisma Records in 1974, during a hiatus in the activities of Hammill's progressive rock band Van der Graaf Generator...

  • Red Shift, a song by Toronto-based industrial songstress Ayria
    Ayria
    Ayria, pronounced area, is a Canadian futurepop/synthpop musical project formed in early 2003 by Toronto's Jennifer Parkin following her departure from Epsilon Minus.-Biography:The first Ayria album, Debris, was released on Alfa Matrix in 2003....


Literature

  • Red Shift (novel)
    Red Shift (novel)
    Red Shift is a fantasy novel by Alan Garner. It spans over a thousand years but one geographical area: Southern Cheshire, England. Garner evokes the essence of place, allowing his characters to echo each other through time, as if their destinies may be predefined by the soil on which they walk...

    , a novel by Alan Garner
  • Red Shift (comics)
    Red Shift (comics)
    Red Shift is a fictional supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe and was a herald of Galactus. He first appeared in Galactus: The Devourer .-Fictional character biography:...

    , a fictional supervillan in the Marvel Comics universe and one of the Heralds of Galactus
  • A poem by Ted Berrigan
    Ted Berrigan
    -Early life:Berrigan was born in Providence, Rhode Island, on November 15, 1934. After high school, he spent a year at Providence College before joining the U.S. Army in 1954 to serve in the Korean War. After three years in the Army, he finished his college studies at the University of Tulsa in...

  • Red Shift Ltd, the name of the main industrial concern in the book by Samuel R. Delany, Nova (novel)
    Nova (novel)
    Nova is a science fiction novel by Samuel R. Delany. Nominally space opera, it explores the politics and culture of a future where cyborg technology is universal, yet major decisions can involve using tarot cards. It has strong mythological overtones, relating to both the Grail Quest and Jason's...