The infrared spectra of Jupiter and Saturn have been observed with a rapid-scanning Michelson interferometer-spectrometer. The spectral resolution is about 8 . These spectra cover the range from 1.2 (8300 cm-2) to 4.2 (2400 cm-1). Ml spectra have been corrected completely for atmospheric extinction and have been divided by an outside-atmosphere lunar spectrnm; they are, therefore, freed of the effects of terrestrial atmospheric absorption, solar spectral lines, and the wavelength dependences of detector and interferometer efficiencies. Thus, they represent the Jovian and Saturnian reflection spectra.