Geography: modern teaching of the 21st century? Only with remote sensing images!
Thanks to the large number of freely available images, remote sensing can be used as a supplement to school atlases. The images are subject to only a minimal generalization in comparison with atlases or other cartographic productions used in schools. The colours of the images in their most commonly available form correspond to the real world. In the case of the connection of other bands outside the visible spectrum of radiation, or the case of the use of spectral indices, we can record a large number of phenomena and processes that cannot be seen, both in RGB images and in the field itself.