How to Identify a Visible Satellite Image

8th August 2016 | Joel Gratz

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Sven Brunso getting the Wolf Creek goods after a recent storm. - © Liam Doran

Sven Brunso getting the Wolf Creek goods after a recent storm.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Sven Brunso getting the Wolf Creek goods after a recent storm. - © Liam Doran
Visible satellite images show exactly what you would see if you looked down at the earth from above. This includes clouds (the fuzzy areas over the western US) as well as snow cover as seen over North Dakota, Minnesota, and southern Canada.

Visible satellite images show exactly what you would see if you looked down at the earth from above. This includes clouds (the fuzzy areas over the western US) as well as snow cover as seen over North Dakota, Minnesota, and southern Canada.

Visible satellite images show exactly what you would see if you looked down at the earth from above. This includes clouds (the fuzzy areas over the western US) as well as snow cover as seen over North Dakota, Minnesota, and southern Canada.

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