"Leading Edge" Creates New Segment on Modern Satellite Imaging, Hosted by Jimmy Johnson

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Modern satellite imaging is being used by more industries than ever before.

Satellite imaging is nothing new. It's responsible for providing images of the earth as a whole as well as a number of other things. Due to new technology, satellite imaging has been dramatically enhanced in recent years.

The "Leading Edge" series, hosted by ex-NFL football coach Jimmy Johnson, is featuring a new segment that speaks about modern satellite imaging. An explanation of what it is and what people can look forward to is included with the segment. The production team speaks to leading professionals about what satellite imaging looks like and what it can be used for. He also talks about whether its use is an invasion of someone's privacy or not.

Google Earth is a quality representation of what satellite imaging is all about. As advancements have been made in order to produce higher resolution images and allow for zooming in on subjects, satellites are being used for more.

This is just one of the many topics that Johnson explores. In the past, he has covered such topics as politics, education, health care and more. Each week there are new segments that provide an in-depth look into something that is of importance to the general public. It is educational as well as entertaining.

The Leading Edge series is distributed not through PBS but to Public Television stations around the United States. For added information about the series, email producers at info(at)leadingedgeseries(dot)com or visit the website at http://www.leadingedgeseries.com.

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