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Electron spin resonance (ESR) of ruby was observed in the far‐infrared range at 336.6‐ and 118.6‐μm wavelengths under very high magnetic fields in the megagauss range. It was confirmed that the g factor is constant up to a megagauss. Thus the ESR of ruby proved to be a good means for calibrating the ultrahigh magnetic fields.