By: Madeleine, Chris, Aidan
Radiography is a method of using electromagnetic radiation to create images of the inside of objects without physical means. Radiography can be done using a wide variety of radiation from the electromagnetic spectrum specifically everything except for visible light. The use of a machine (most commonly x-ray machines) send beams of radiation (most commonly x-rays) through an object. The object will absorb some of the beams and the one's that get through are then absorbed and processed by a separate machine that then prints out images of them. Currently this is a practice most commonly used in the medical field by using a process by the same name (x-rays). It has also been used for charting and mapping things in deep space and in industrial situations.