Tuning in to Earth’s climate
Satellites observe the Earth using a range of wavelengths on the electromagnetic spectrum. Different wavelengths allow us to probe different aspects of Earth’s land, atmosphere and ocean. By sampling the electromagnetic spectrum at multiple wavelengths, we can build a more complete picture of Earth’s complex climate system.
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Loud music completely unnecessary and makes it hard to understand
Great video and information !
Como os satélites revolucionaram a maneira como vemos a Terra do Espaço.. e nos revelam imagens compostas de cores que distinguem as áreas captadas na sua estrutura, alteração e ajudam a prever catástrofes e a sublimidade…bem como descobrir a arqueologia do Espaço como a cidade no Sul de Omã… Os Satélites são importantes para educar, informar e alertar!!
Very interesting video about how the light of the sun is used by the Earth and satellites 🛰 and the possibilities of these last ones. The synthetic images are beautiful. 🌏☀️💦☁️