posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 11:53 AM
I was thinking about how satellites are "the eye in the sky" , how these satellites are used to image stuff on the ground. However I know that
regular imaging satellites cannot see through clouds.
I know this is something the intelligence agencies would work on, figuring out a way to get images that are beneath clouds. People say that they can
use infrared imaging, others say no that wouldn't work. What kind of technology is used by satellites to see through clouds ?