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How geographers use satellite images?

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to see what an area looks like above earth.
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How do you get satellite images of the earth?

The satellite takes pictures of the earth, and sends the photos down by radio, as a digital data-stream. Maybe kind of like the same way you send pictures to your friend's

How do geographers use satellite images?

They use satellite images to see what a area looks like from above earth they also collect information that we cannot see from the planets surface.

What do satellite images show?

Satellite images can show things like landforms and the outlines of countries. Also, those images can be used in GPS devices to show roads.