Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images of the Murray River Basin in Australia—collected March 20 and 21 using the Italian Cosmos-Skymed satellite—show the progress of flooding in the area around Goodooga City, New South Wales. Black areas denote the presence of water. Blue areas indicate no changes between the two images (where there is rocky terrain or bare soil) and yellow indicates objects such as trees or vegetation. Such images can help aid workers assess damage after disasters and ...

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