View Examples of Deimos-1 Satellite Imagery
Deimos-1 was sent into space on July 29, 2009 propelled by a Russian-Ukrainian built Dnepr rocket from the Baikonur Launch Complex, Kazakhstan. This medium resolution satellite features 22-meter (m) resolution with 3 multispectral bands (i.e. green, red and near-infrared/NIR). Deimos-1 circles the globe at a maximum orbital height of 680 kilometers (km) collecting more than 5 million sq km of imagery per day with a footprint up to 625 km wide.
Since its launch, Deimos-1 has amassed a huge archive covering billions of square kilometers. Imaging the entire United States in just two weeks, Deimos-1 is considered by many to be a replacement for the failing but widely-utilized satellite, Landsat 7.
Below is the least expensive Deimos-1 data offered. Prices increase for new collections and data processing. Note that volume discounts are available.
- Data Source: archive (greater than 90 days old)
- Minimum Order Size: 6,000 sq km (per area & date)
- Product Type: 1:50,000 ortho + 3-band multispectral
- Price Per Sq Km: $0.08 (more detailed pricing can be found here)
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