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In what form are data for a satellite image stored?
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A relational database stores data in the form of TABLES.
A small office in a different location from a company or government agency's main office. Reasons for opening a satellite operation may include reaching an underserved area, e…xpanding market share and lifestyle/quality of life factors for employees. Satellite operations can be used in all kinds of businesses, such as doctor's offices, Department of Motor Vehicles offices, political offices and corporate offices.
because it is the only language a computer understands. The computer can only tell if a switch is on or off, and that is represented by a 1 or a 0
The computer uses electricity, not mechanical parts, for its data processing and storage. Electricity is plentiful, moves very fast through wires, and electrical parts fail mu…ch less frequently than mechanical parts. The computer does have some mechanical parts, like its disk drive (which are often the sources for computer failures), but the internal data processing and storage is electronic, which is fast and reliable (as long as the computer is plugged in). Electricity can flow through switches: if the switch is closed, the electricity flows; if the switch is open, the electricity does not flow. To process real-world data in the computer, we need a way to represent the data in switches. Computers do this representation using a binary coding system.
Computer tools that process data and satellite images with other pieces of geographic information are called?
Geography Information System, or GIS for short.
Yes, satellite images based on data obtained by land sat satellites.
Satellite images can show things like landforms and the outlines of countries. Also, those images can be used in GPS devices to show roads.
Given that ALL computer images are formed from pixels, that would be a yes.
Answer . They send data about 1-22,000 miles. The moon isn't even millions of miles away, it's about 250,000 miles away, or 1/4 million miles. They send information by w…ay of radiation, usually radio waves. Radiation is light, most "light" is invisible to us, heat and light are the only kinds we can sense naturally. Radio waves are sent out in highly complex bursts which computers on earth translate into 1s and 0s, which is what computers use for information.
Computers store data in binary form. It reads all the input data in the form of binary. Amit
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
Computers store data in forms of bits, bytes, megabytes, and giga then terabytes. 8 bits make a byte and so on and so fourth.