Infrared range is required to observe emission from most of the microquasars because of their high extinction. It is verified that there is intrinsic polarization from these objects. Some of the polarization come from scattering in the inner region of the system but there is also polarization due to synchrotron emission from the jets. Moreover, the emission from the jets is highly variable and regular spectroscopy and spectropolarimetry will give an insight into the jets complementing the present multiwavelength results. High speed readout will be an important issue in the observation of some of these microquasars with high variability.

Galactic Center
Galactic Magnetic Fields
Massive Stars
Gamma Ray Outbursts
Young Stars
Star and Planet Formation

Early Universe