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An image touted to be captured from a Chinese satellite with 24.9 billion pixels of quantum technology is making rounds on several social media platforms and news websites. The viral image is a 360-degree birds eye’s view that can be zoomed to the point where you can see the faces of people casually strolling on the road and even the number plates of the vehicles.
One of the most interesting parts of this mind-numbing image is the clarity and sharp details with which the buildings and surroundings are visible in the image.
Many news sites like The Times Now have termed the image as a result of a new “quantum technology,” which is fitted in a Chinese satellite. However, “Satellite” and “Quantum technology,” in this reference, are nothing but rogue terms used for making the image viral.
A Twitter user also mistook the picture and tweeted that it has been shot by a satellite. However, she soon rectified her mistake and updated the tweet after conducting some research.