Our proposed FIR camera is also suitable for study of upper Earth atmosphere, such as mapping the famous ozone holes. The potential applications of the THz waves (radiation with the wave lengths from 1 mm to 10 μm) also include detection and identification of harmful biological and chemical agents, explosives, biomedical imaging, defectoscopy, and Earth atmosphere exploration. We develop detectors for far infrared (FIR) range which provides information on emissions from cold dust, molecular clouds, and contains the cold space background, usually referred to as the relict radiation (2.783 0.025 K). The specific signatures in the FIR spectral range provide the information on temperature, pressure and velocities of the gases involved; in other word, the essential information, valuable for modern theories of star and galaxies formation and evolution. Our plasma wave approach will provide superior advantages over commercial FIR/THz cameras on cost, speed, resolution, and sensitivity performance.