Check out this "eye in the sky"; its' the newest satellite to come on-line:
The Kutztown University image shows the campus, which includes academic buildings, parking lots, roads, athletic fields and the track-and-field facility. The image was collected at 12:00 p.m. EDT on Oct. 7, 2008 while GeoEye-1 was moving north to south in a 423-mile-high (681 km) orbit over the eastern seaboard of the U.S. at a speed of four-and-one-half miles per second.
You can check out the whole article here.
If the picture is any indication of the ability of the "GeoEye-1" to see clearly; well, I'm done sunbathing with no clothes on. And yes this is a commercial type of satellite and images are going to be sold.
There is much praise in the article for how great a job the company did getting the job done. Excuse me, but they were contracted for a specific job at a specific price and when they did what they promised to do, they want extra praise? Here's them a "cookie"!
It seems that they are giving their own exaggerated testimonial which is a specialized form of propaganda! And since they seem to be concentrating on only the positive of this venture and I did not read anything negative; that sounds like some fancy card stacking type of propaganda!
Let me know what YOU think! And remember: NO MORE NEKKID SUNBATHING!