Just wondering with the latest satellites currently available, is it possible to locate gold which is buried under 200 ft? what is the maximum depth that satellites can look for such minerals.
Assuming a well has a diameter of 2 metres, even 5 metres. This would be an exceedingly small target area for a satellite, some hundreds to thousands of kilometres above the Earth to find. Being buried, particularly at 200 metres depth, increases the difficulty exponentially.
Satellites are better at finding minerals on the surface, or just below the surface, not at 200 metres depth.