China’s first high-resolution satellite captured these 10 incredible images
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Back in April 2013, China launched its first satellite with high-resolution imaging capabilities up into space. That satellite made some news today when the country’s space agency said that authorities had used its imagery to detect illegal border crossings and even to bust marijuana farmers. The imagery is pretty impressive, and China presented a good look at it just over a week ago, releasing 10 detailed images that it’s taken since launch.
The satellite, Gaofen-1, is the first of several…