IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET IMAGES FROM SPACE?

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The satellite imaging is a matter discussed often, and unfortunately, is one which leads to exaggeration and misinformation, due to the lack of concrete information. Developed countries spend billions of dollars to produce defense and communication satellites. These comprise satellites used in air traffic control, relaying communications (tv, phone, internet), weather forecasts, mapping (cadastral surveys). Such satellites can only discriminate and photograph objects above soil, and even then, at a diameter of at least 2.5 - 3 m (vehicles, buildings, streets, avenues etc.). They lack the capability to photograph objects lying under the soil. It is not possible to take comprehensible images or photos of soil, regardless of the depth, from the space. Any such image would pertain to the surface, above the soil, subject to the scale limitations mentioned above. It is clear that one should avoid those who claim a detector has a technology capable of doing otherwise.



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