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How geographers use satellite images?
to see what an area looks like above earth.
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You get images from a satellite using a frequency band. The best way to access satellite images is with Google maps. However, if you want your own, you will need to have at …least $500 USD, and for larger areas up to $14,000. Look at Digital Globe for these.
Ummmm. Google earth.
They convert infrared radiation into electrical signals which is then converted into visible light.
Yes we can, however neither of these monsters have been spotted. Then again the Loch Ness in which the Lochness monster supposedly resides is quite deep, 230 m, so… it is impossible to capture the monster on footage if it is underwater. Futhermore to my knowledge there has been no real attempts to search for these monsters using satelites as people who dont belive wont waste their money and those who do belive they have enough proof.
they have to use them for locating enemy vechiles or enemy locations.
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.
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They will be able to look for more information with satellite images and computers.
As the satellite orbits earth , it's sensors record the energies reflected or emitted by the target area on the surface.
just go on to google earth it should give you satellite images but i don't no if there up to date recent
true color is to see vegetation, waters, and mountains and infrared are based on heat patterns, and so the colors on them are not what we might expect.
Satellites are used to monitor the changes in the shape of the mountains. Specifically this is done rather often on the big island of Hawaii to make sure that none of the two …dormant volcanoes (Mauna Loa and Hualalai) are changing shape which would indicate magma movement into the upper plumbing of the volcanoes. Often times the same type of radar imagery is used to reconstruct the changes throughout a volcanic eruption, this radar imagery service is also used on the Yellowstone Super Caldera. Examples of how this has been used can be seen on both the Hawaii Volcanoes Observatory website and Yellowstone Volcano Observatory website. (See related links).
On the National Geographic website there is a section called "Games". Within this section is a sub-section of "Online Puzzles and Quizzes". In the puzzle section there is a …photo puzzle. The photographs have all been submitted by readers who belong to the "Your Shot Photo Community".