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Posted on May 7th, 2019

Get a New Satellite Imagery Price List! New PlanetScope and FORMOSAT-2 Min Orders Plus Nighttime & Aerial Imagery

A 3-meter PlanetScope image collected over New York City, New York, USA on June 20, 2017. This image has been enhanced by Apollo Mapping for improved clarity and colors. (Image Credit: Planet)
A 1-meter color nighttime image collected by Jilin-1 over Rome, Italy on February 17, 2017. This image has been enhanced by Apollo Mapping for improved clarity and visibility of light columns. (Image Credit: CG Satellite)

Our satellite imagery price list has changed many times already this year so perhaps it is time you updated your copy?! In the past month or so, we made four significant changes to the price list:

  • The minimum order for 3-meter PlanetScope has been reduced to a more manageable figure. We are excited to share the new minimum order with you!
  • We added a new satellite source, Jilin-1, that collects 92-centimeter (cm) color nighttime imagery. It is pretty amazing data especially for niche applications like detecting illegal fishing and burnt out streetlights. We believe it is the world’s only source of color nighttime imagery!
  • Pricing for FORMOSAT-2 just got a whole lot easier as it is now by the square kilometer (sq km) with a 200 sq km minimum order – thanks Jessica for helping with this!
  • Okay this one was a few months ago but we also added in 15-cm and 30-cm aerial imagery pricing for HxGN aerial imagery. If you have a project in the United States or Europe, this data is a must!

If you are interested in a copy of our new price list, send us an email at and we’ll get back to you shortly!

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