Posted on February 6th, 2018

New Minimum Order Size for Medium-Resolution RapidEye and PlanetScope Imagery

A 5-m RapidEye image collected over the San Luis Valley, Colorado on June 19, 2011. This image has been enhanced by Apollo Mapping for improved colors and clarity. (Credit: Planet)

Effective immediately, the minimum order size for both archived and tasked (newly collected) 5-meter RapidEye and 3-meter PlanetScope imagery is $5,000. The base price for this data has not changed from $1.28 per square kilometer. Academic discounts are still available. The $5,000 minimum order can be split across multiple polygons that are at least 500 square kilometers (sq km) for archive orders or 3,500 sq km for tasked orders.

We realize this might push RapidEye and PlanetScope imagery over your project’s budget; if that is the case, please let us know and we will be happy to try and find lower-priced alternatives that might work.

If you have any questions about these changes or would like a new price list reflecting the changes in minimum order sizes for RapidEye and PlanetScope imagery, send us an email anytime at

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