Imagery can be obtained during day or night in the presence of cloud cover by employing an imaging radar. Radar imagery is produced by bouncing radio waves off an area or an object and using the reflected returns to produce an image of the target. Since radio waves are not attenuated by the water vapor in the atmosphere, they are able to penetrate cloud cover.
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