Satellite Images Reveal Exact Nature of Destruction in Georgia Click to view One of the unintended consequences of having constant satellite surveillance over every centimeter of the globe is that it's easy to see how governments screw up. Here is a UNOSAT image from a report on the damage done to villages in Georgia after the bombings. All the destruction tracked here is in residential areas. Click through to see full-size map, or read whole report, with detailed map analysis, here (it's a PDF). Buildings with less than 50 percent their roofs still intact are labeled red; those with visible structural damage to a wall or roof are labeled with orange. This time, at least, somebody was watching the watchers. [via Foreign Policy ]