Surveillance and Stealth
Explore the technologies used by the military to covertly acquire intelligence and infiltrate enemy lines. Learn how sophisticated listening devices and invisible aircraft enable military forces to get right up to the enemy's doorstep.
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I've heard about small planes that help the United States military gather information. How do these remotely operated spy planes work?
On a television drama last week, the plot involved photos taken of a Russian missile silo, and the characters mentioned a "keyhole satellite." What is a keyhole satellite and what can it really spy on?
When an airplane is described as a "stealth" aircraft, what does that mean? What is "stealth technology" and how does it work?