Extremely Low Frequency Radiation

Extremely Low Frequency Radiation

The upper bound of Extremely Low Frequency Radiation (mostly long radio waves) wavelengths is about 100,000 km, or 62, 000 miles. For comparison, the diameter of Saturn is around 75,000 miles.

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