(Unverified)Sep 8th 2008 12:15PM
So with the high-resolution imaging satellite can we say search for something and actually get a real-time image of it? :0
(Unverified)Sep 13th 2008 10:37AM
I think they would like to do that, privacy issues are kind of the issue, but I think the goal is to have better and more frequent satellite images for maps and whatnot. So probably "near-realtime" is what I'm guessing their aim will be.
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