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What is a satellite store?

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

Why is data store in a computer in binary form?

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

How computers store data in binary form?

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

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.

How do satellites send images and data back from outer space over 100's of millions of miles?

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