A company made a ‘Spy’ asteroids that can look in and out of buildings with radar waves

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A company made a 'Spy' asteroids that can look in and out of buildings with radar waves
A company made a 'Spy' asteroids that can look in and out of buildings with radar waves
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California: The day is not far off when spy planets orbiting in space will not only be able to see and identify small objects on Earth easily, but they will also be able to see across walls and inside buildings, day or night Or why not clouds? A few days ago, a private American space company released images taken from its most powerful radar satellite (radar satellite), which are not only very detailed but can be seen inside and across buildings.

In August this year, an American space company called Capella Space sent its second radar satellite, Capella 2, into space, which has been operating at full capacity since last week. The images were taken on the same planet. What is special about these radar images is that their resolution is 0.5 meters; That is, one point (pixel) of each such image represents a space 50 cm long and 50 cm wide on the ground. This is a breakthrough that has never been achieved on commercial satellites before. It is expected that radar satellite images’ resolution will be further enhanced by further improving this technology.

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