International Satellites & MicroSats – High Resolution

View Example Imagery From Our Featured International Satellites and MicroSats

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In the past few years, the world has seen a proliferation in the launch of high resolution satellites, many of these by international companies. On this page, you will find key specifications of the international satellites and microsats we have chosen to work with as well as a variety of full resolution samples. Detailed pricing information for these and all of the satellites we work with can be found here.

KOMPSAT-3A - 40-centimeter (cm)
  • KOMPSAT-3A Launch Date: March 26, 2015, 22:08:45 UTC
  • KOMPSAT-3A Sensor Resolution:
    • Delivered at 40-cm (or 50-cm and 55-cm options) panchromatic & 1.6-meter (m) (or 2-m and 2.2-m options) multispectral
    • Native resolution at nadir – 55-cm panchromatic & 2.2-m multispectral
  • KOMPSAT-3A Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 450 to 900
    • Blue – 450 to 520
    • Green – 520 to 600
    • Red – 630 to 690
    • NIR – 760 to 900
  • KOMPSAT-3A Equatorial Crossing Time: 13:30 local time (approximate; across lit side of Earth)
  • KOMPSAT-3A Revisit Frequency: (at 40° lat)
    • 0.9 days (< 45° off-nadir)
    • 2.7 days (< 20° off-nadir)
  • KOMPSAT-3A Dynamic Range: 14-bits
  • KOMPSAT-3A Footprint Width: 13 km (at nadir)
  • KOMPSAT-3A Daily Collection Capacity: 300,000 square kilometers (sq km)
  • KOMPSAT-3A Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: 9.9-m CE90 (global average; depends on terrain and nadir pointing)
SuperView-1 - 50-cm
  • SuperView-1 Launch Date: 01/02 satellites, December 26, 2016, 03:23 UTC; 03/04 satellites, January 9, 2018, 03:26 UTC
  • SuperView-1 Sensor Resolution:
    • At nadir – 50-cm panchromatic & 2.0-m multispectral
    • 20° off-nadir – 59-cm panchromatic & 2.36-m multispectral
    • 30° off-nadir – 71-cm panchromatic & 2.84-m multispectral
    • 45° off-nadir – 1.2-m panchromatic & 4.8-m multispectral
  • SuperView-1 Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 450 to 900
    • Blue – 450 to 520
    • Green – 520 to 590
    • Red – 630 to 690
    • NIR – 770 to 890
  • SuperView-1 Equatorial Crossing Time: 10:30 local time (approximate; across lit side of Earth; UTC)
  • SuperView-1 Revisit Frequency: (at 40° lat)
    • 1 day (< 45° off-nadir)
    • 1.5 days (< 20° off-nadir)
  • SuperView-1 Dynamic Range: 11-bits
  • SuperView-1 Footprint Width:
    • At nadir – 12 km
    • 20° off-nadir – 14.1 km
    • 30° off-nadir – 17.8 km
    • 45° off-nadir – 28 km
  • SuperView-1 Daily Collection Capacity: 750,000 sq km per satellite
  • SuperView-1 Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: 9.5-m CE90 (global average; depends on terrain and nadir pointing)
KOMPSAT-3 - 70-cm
  • KOMPSAT-3 Launch Date: May 17, 2012, 16:39 UTC
  • KOMPSAT-3 Sensor Resolution:
    • At nadir – 70-cm panchromatic & 2.8-m multispectral
    • 20° off-nadir – 82-cm panchromatic & 3.28-m multispectral
    • 30° off-nadir – 1.02-m panchromatic & 4.08-m multispectral
    • 45° off-nadir – 2.11-m panchromatic & 8.44-m multispectral
  • KOMPSAT-3 Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 500 to 900
    • Blue – 450 to 520
    • Green – 520 to 600
    • Red – 630 to 690
    • NIR – 760 to 900
  • KOMPSAT-3 Equatorial Crossing Time: 13:30 local time (approximate; across lit side of Earth)
  • KOMPSAT-3 Revisit Frequency: (at 40° lat)
    • 1.4 days (< 45° off-nadir)
    • 4.4 days (< 20° off-nadir)
  • KOMPSAT-3 Dynamic Range: 14-bits
  • KOMPSAT-3 Footprint Width: 16 km (at nadir)
  • KOMPSAT-3 Daily Collection Capacity: 300,000 sq km
  • KOMPSAT-3 Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: 48.5-m CE90 (global average; depends on terrain and nadir pointing)
SkySat - 72-cm
  • SkySat Launch Dates: multiple microsat launch dates; November 21, 2013 ~06:10 UTC, SkySat-1; July 8, 2014 15:58:28 UTC, SkySat-2; June 22, 2016 03:56 UTC, 1 SkySat Class C sats; September 16, 2016 01:43:35 UTC, 4 SkySat Class C sats; and October 31, 2017 21:37 UTC, 6 SkySat Class C sats
  • SkySat Sensor Resolution:
    • Pre-2016 sats – 90-cm panchromatic & 1.0-m multispectral (at-nadir, 500 km altitude)
    • 2016 and newer sats – 72-cm panchromatic & 1.0-m multispectral (at-nadir, 500 km altitude)
  • SkySat Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 450 to 900
    • Blue – 450 to 515
    • Green – 515 to 595
    • Red – 605 to 695
    • NIR – 740 to 900
  • SkySat Equatorial Crossing Time: 10:30 local time, 13:30 local time for only October 31, 2017 launched sats (approximate; across lit side of Earth)
  • SkySat Revisit Frequency: 4 to 5 days, 500 km altitude
  • SkySat Dynamic Range: 11-bits
  • SkySat Footprint Width: each microsat has three cameras collecting overlapping scenes approximately 2,560 x 1,080 pixels
  • SkySat Daily Collection Capacity: 50,000 sq km across entire constellation
  • SkySat Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: 90-m CE90 (global average; depends on terrain and nadir pointing; 500 km altitude)
Deimos-2 - 75-cm
  • Deimos-2 Launch Date: June 19, 2014, 19:11 UTC
  • Deimos-2 Sensor Resolution:
    • At-nadir – 75-cm pansharpened; or 1-m panchromatic & 4-m multispectral
  • Deimos-2 Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 560 to 900
    • Blue – 466 to 525
    • Green – 532 to 599
    • Red – 640 to 697
    • NIR – 770 to 892
  • Deimos-2 Equatorial Crossing Time: 10:30 local time (approximate; across lit side of Earth)
  • Deimos-2 Revisit Frequency: 2 days, global average
  • Deimos-2 Dynamic Range: 10-bits
  • Deimos-2 Footprint Width: 12 km (at nadir)
  • Deimos-2 Daily Collection Capacity: 200,000 sq km
  • Deimos-2 Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: 100-m CE90 (global average; depends on terrain and nadir pointing)
GaoFen-2 - 80-cm
  • GaoFen-2 Launch Date: August 19, 2014, 3:15 UTC
  • GaoFen-2 Sensor Resolution:
    • At-nadir – 81-cm panchromatic & 3.24-m multispectral
  • GaoFen-2 Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 450 to 900
    • Blue – 450 to 520
    • Green – 520 to 590
    • Red – 630 to 690
    • NIR – 770 to 890
  • GaoFen-2 Equatorial Crossing Time: 10:30 local time (approximate; across lit side of Earth)
  • GaoFen-2 Revisit Frequency: within 5 days, global average
  • GaoFen-2 Dynamic Range: 10-bits
  • GaoFen-2 Footprint Width: 45 km (at nadir)
  • GaoFen-2 Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: 20 to 39-m CE90 (global average; depends on terrain and nadir pointing)
TripleSat - 80-cm
  • TripleSat Launch Date: July 10, 2015, 16:28 UTC, three identical satellite constellation
  • TripleSat Sensor Resolution:
    • At nadir – 0.96-m panchromatic & 3.84-m multispectral
    • 5° off-nadir – 0.99-m panchromatic & 3.96-m multispectral
    • 25° off-nadir – 1.23-m panchromatic & 4.92-m multispectral
    • 35° off-nadir – 1.58-m panchromatic & 6.32-m multispectral
    • Imagery delivered at either 0.80-m panchromatic & 3.2-m multispectral; or 1-m panchromatic & 4-m multispectral
  • TripleSat Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 450 to 650
    • Blue – 440 to 510
    • Green – 510 to 590
    • Red – 600 to 670
    • NIR – 760 to 910
  • TripleSat Equatorial Crossing Time: 10:30 local time (approximate; across lit side of Earth)
  • TripleSat Revisit Frequency:
    • Daily (35° off-nadir or higher)
    • 2 days, +/- 0 to 40° latitude; daily, greater +/- 50° latitude (~ 25° off-nadir)
    • 3 days, +/- 0 to 30° latitude; 2 days, +/- 40 to 60° latitude; daily, greater +/- 70° latitude (~ 15° off-nadir)
  • TripleSat Dynamic Range: 10-bits
  • TripleSat Footprint Width: 23.8 km (at nadir)
  • TripleSat Daily Collection Capacity: 634,441 square kilometers (sq km)
  • TripleSat Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: < 50-m 1-sigma CE90 (global average; depends on terrain, nadir pointing and no star tracker blinding)
TeLEOS-1 - 1-m
  • TeLEOS-1 Launch Date: December 16, 2015, 12:30 UTC
  • TeLEOS-1 Sensor Resolution:
    • At nadir – 1-m panchromatic
  • TeLEOS-1 Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 500 to 900
  • TeLEOS-1 Equatorial Orbit: near Equatorial orbit from 15° N to 15° S, 96 minute period, up to 6 revisits per day per location
  • TeLEOS-1 Revisit Frequency: 12 to 16 hours (mean)
  • TeLEOS-1 Dynamic Range: 10-bits
  • TeLEOS-1 Footprint Width:
    • At nadir – 12 km
  • TeLEOS-1 Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: 100-m CE90 (global average; depends on terrain and nadir pointing)
KOMPSAT-2 - 1-m
  • KOMPSAT-2 Launch Date: July 28, 2006, 7:05 UTC
  • KOMPSAT-2 Sensor Resolution:
    • At nadir – 1-m panchromatic & 4-m multispectral
    • 20° off-nadir – 1.16-m panchromatic & 4.64-m multispectral
    • 30° off-nadir – 1.46-m panchromatic & 5.84-m multispectral
    • 45° off-nadir – 3-m panchromatic & 12-m multispectral
  • KOMPSAT-2 Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 500 to 900
    • Blue – 450 to 520
    • Green – 520 to 600
    • Red – 630 to 690
    • NIR – 760 to 900
  • KOMPSAT-2 Equatorial Crossing Time: 10:50 local time (approximate; across lit side of Earth)
  • KOMPSAT-2 Revisit Frequency: (at 40° lat)
    • 1.4 days (< 45° off-nadir)
    • 4.4 days (< 20° off-nadir)
  • KOMPSAT-2 Dynamic Range: 10-bits
  • KOMPSAT-2 Footprint Width: 15 km (at nadir)
  • KOMPSAT-2 Daily Collection Capacity: 118,500 square kilometers (sq km)
  • KOMPSAT-2 Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: 50.9-m CE90 (global average; depends on terrain and nadir pointing)