Posted on February 4th, 2020

New Lower Priced 92-cm Nighttime Tasking on Jilin-1

A new 92-cm nighttime Jilin-1 sample for our readers collected over Nantes, France on November 15, 2018! This image has been processed by Apollo Mapping for improved clarity and reduced stray light. (Image Credit: CG Satellite)

If our readers know anything about working with Apollo Mapping, it’s that we’re blunt and honest. And so yes, we 100% recognize the risk associated with nighttime tasking on Jilin-1, particularly in cloudy regions when you only get three attempts at a new collection with 20% or less cloud cover. So it makes us happy to announce new lower-priced nighttime-tasking for 92-cm color Jilin-1 satellite imagery!

The new cost is nearly 50% lower than just last year so that means significantly less financial risk for a new Jilin-1 nighttime imagery collection.

If you are interested in a price list with this new per square kilometer cost for nighttime satellite imagery tasking, send us an email to [email protected] and we will get it right over to you!

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