High Resolution Satellites

SPOT 6 & 7

SPOT-6 (Système Pour l’Observation de la Terre) is an optical satellite built by Astrium and was successfully launched on September 9, 2012.

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Launched on Jan 24, 2006, the Advanced Land Observation Satellite (ALOS) has been developed to contribute to the fields of mapping, precise regional land observation, disaster monitoring and resource surveying.

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The RapidEye constellation of 5 sensors was launched on 29th August 2008. Since it’s inception RapidEye has offered users of satellite imagery from various applications with large area coverage, daily revisit times, high resolution imagery and additional multispectral capabilities.

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SPOT (Satellite Pour l'Observation de la Terre) 5 is a high resolution satellite that was launched in 2002 and captures at 2.5m resolution. Due to be decommissioned in 2015.

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The SPOT constellation are owned and operated by Airbus Defence and Space and collected image data down to a pixel resolution of 10 m.

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SPOTMaps are seamless, uniform, orthorectified regional coverages produced with 2.5 m pan-sharpened colour imagery acquired by the SPOT 5 satellite.

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ALOS-2 is a follow-on mission from ALOS-1 ("DAICHI"). This satellite was launched on 24 May 2014 with enhanced capabilities.

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