Modern Mapping

What are satellites photographing?

Satellites capture images of the Earth’s weather patterns, the growth of cities, the health of plants, and even individual buildings and roads. Satellites circle the Earth, or remain geostationary (in the same place with respect to the Earth), and send data back to the Earth via radio signals.


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