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Posted on December 5th, 2023

Featured Products – New Satellites and New Pricing – BJ3A + Triplesat!

Did you hear the news in September?! If not, check out the details below!

A 50-cm color BJ3A image collected over Governor’s Island in New York City, New York, USA on June 15, 2022.

We’re excited to announce we’ve added a new satellite, i.e., 50-centimeter (cm) 4-band BJ3A, to Image Hunter this month, expanding our high-resolution imagery offering to our clients and increasing the archive! BJ3A is the latest satellite from Singapore-based Twenty First Century Aerospace Technology launched on June 11, 2021. The satellite collects 50-cm resolution panchromatic data and 2-meter (m) resolution multispectral data, including red, green, blue and near-infrared bands. With a swath width of 23.5-kilometers (km), BJ3A can collect an impressive 750,000 sq km a day. You can learn more about BJ3A on our website and search the BJ3A archive on Image Hunter.

BJ3A joins Twenty First Century Aerospace Technology’s Triplesat constellation, a three-satellite constellation with 80-cm resolution and four multispectral bands. We’re also happy to announce a price drop for Triplesat archive imagery, now running $6 per square kilometer regardless of an image’s collection date.

Check out some of BJ3A’s key components:

  • Spectral Bands:
    • Panchromatic
    • 4-band multispectral (blue, green, red and near-infrared red [NIR])
  • Sensor Resolution:
    • At nadir – 50-cm panchromatic & 2-m multispectral
  • Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 450 to 700
    • Blue – 450 to 520
    • Green – 520 to 590
    • Red – 630 to 690
    • NIR – 770 to 890

Dynamic Range: 12-bits

If you are interested in a new price list that includes 50-cm BJ3A as well as updated Triplesat costs, send us an email at and we will get right back to you!

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