A New Satellite Can See Inside Buildings, Day or Night
Few years back this wouldn’t have been possible but now its happening. A tech company called
Capella Space launched a satellite capable of taking clear images of anywhere in the world. The Satellite has super amazing resolution which enable to even see through buildings.
This satellite can snap a clear picture during night or day, rain or shine.
“It turns out that half of the world is in the nighttime, and half of the world, on average, is cloudy,” CEO Payam Banazadeh, a former system engineer at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, told Futurism. “When you combine those two together, about 75 percent of Earth, at any given time, is going to be cloudy, nighttime, or it’s going to be both. It’s invisible to you, and that portion is moving around.” On Wednesday, Capella launched a platform allowing governmental or private customers to request images of anything in the world — a capability that will only get more powerful with the deployment of six additional satellites next year.