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Are satellite images formed of pixels?
An image is made up of pixels, or tiny squares that each have a designated color. the pixels are normally so small that you don't see them. However, sometimes a picture lo…oks blurry when resized. That blurry image is a pixelated image.
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They both give a birds eye view of the chosen region or area
Satellite images can show things like landforms and the outlines of countries. Also, those images can be used in GPS devices to show roads.
Any digital image is made of pixels - the more pixels in the image, the greater the detail and the greater the clarity.
Satillite imagining is a process where a satelitte in space is sending beams to various places on earth. these later take pictures and send it to earth
A "pixel" is simply a dot. The computer sends a signal to the monitor, causing a bunch of dots to do their thing and when they all come together it makes an image. As th…e dots become small enough our eyes can't distinguish the difference between dots and a picture.
Satellites gather data from a satellite image by using electronic devices to collect computer data
they r helpful as they are made such they go into the space and dont get burrn and get us valuable information about universe
Photos taken of Earth from an orbiting satellite
A pixel is simply a point (it can be circular, square) that is assigned a certain color. Thousands and thousands of these pixels are then placed in a specific row and column. …They are small enough and are so close together that the eyes sees them as connected, making us believe that we are seeing an picture and not a bunch of dots or squares.
It means looking at an image, a picture, taken by a satellite.
Pixels make up images. A bunch of different colored pixels are put together to make a digital photograph, or video where the pixels move around.