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MCE123 - Technology Development

Long-Distance Geospatial Electron Microscope Satellite

This technology is capable of producing high-resolution three-dimensional electronic microscope imagery anywhere on the planet, including in the air and deep under the planet’s surface. The geospatial technology of the electron microscope focuses the digital sensor on a coordinate to produce imagery, rather than the older analog electron microscope technology that used optical amplification on a 2-dimensional imagery plane.

This technology can be used with geospatial laser projection to show the three-dimensional imagery from the electron microscope in photonic programming. This would have the equivalence of showing a human tissue cell at the size of a basket ball, collected from a satellite positioned in orbit around the planet, and the display of the human tissue cell would show all of the details inside the human tissue cell, such that the photonic programming produces a semi-transparent projection of the three-dimensional occupancy of the space of the human tissue cell that is being monitored from the satellite.


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