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SuperView-2 Satellite

SuperView-2 satellite builds on its successor with higher-resolution 40-cm imagery.

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SuperView-2 Satellite Imagery Samples

SuperView-2 40-cm Natural Color – Washington, D.C., USA; February 6, 2022
SuperView-2 40-cm Natural Color – Washington, D.C., USA; February 6, 2022
SuperView-2 40-cm Natural Color – Santa Paula, California, USA; July 29, 2021
SuperView-2 40-cm Natural Color – Santa Paula, California, USA; July 29, 2021
SuperView-2 40-cm Natural Color – Washington, D.C., USA; February 6, 2022
SuperView-2 40-cm Natural Color – Rural Oromia, Ethiopia; January 8, 2023

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The SuperView-2 Advantage

4-Band Multispectral Imagery
SuperView-2 offers red, green, blue and near-infrared (NIR) multispectral bands to empower informed decision making.

Better Than 50-cm Resolution
SuperView-2 joins an exclusive group of sub-50-cm resolution satellites with a 40-cm resolution panchromatic band and four, 1.6-meter resolution multispectral bands.

Overview & HistorySuperView-2 SpecificationsPricing

Building off their success of the SuperView-1 constellation, SpaceWill launched the new and improved SuperView-2 satellite on July 3, 2020 from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in north China. SuperView-2 is equipped with a 40-cm resolution panchromatic band and four, 1.6-meter resolution multispectral bands. SuperView-2 offers red, green, blue and near-infrared (NIR) bands, giving customers more spectral data to empower critical decisions. The satellite’s wide swath of 15-kilometers and ability to image long strips results in a daily collection capacity of 200,000 square kilometers.

Launch Details
  • Launch Date: July 3, 2020, 03:10 UTC (one satellite)
  • Vehicle: CZ-4B (Long March 4B) carrier rocket
  • Site: Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center, China
  • Expected Mission Life: 8 years

SuperView-2 Components
  • Weight: 2,400 kg
  • Onboard Storage Capacity: ≥ 5 Terabits
  • Ground Transmissions: X-frequency band
  • Transmission Code Rate to Ground: 2 × 800 Mbps (orthogonal polarization frequency reuse)

Orbit Characteristics
  • Altitude: 643.8 km
  • Period: 97.5 minutes
  • Inclination: 97.96°
  • Direction: sun-synchronous circular, north to south (across the lit side of Earth)
  • Equatorial Crossing Time: 10:30 AM local time (approximate; across lit side of Earth)
  • Revisit Frequency: 1.5 days (≥ 30° off-nadir)

Imaging System
  • Spectral Bands:
    • Panchromatic
    • 6-band multispectral (blue, green, red and near-infrared 1 [NIR1]; red edge and NIR2, not available outside China)
  • Sensor Resolution:
    • At nadir – 40-cm panchromatic & 1.6-m multispectral
    • 25° off-nadir – 50-cm panchromatic & 2-m multispectral
    • 50° off-nadir – 1-m panchromatic & 4-m multispectral
  • Spectral Band Wavelength Range: (minimum to maximum edge; in nm)
    • Panchromatic – 450 – 900
    • Blue – 450 – 520
    • Green – 520 – 590
    • Red – 630 – 690
    • Red edge – 705 – 745 (not available outside China)
    • NIR1 – 770 – 890
    • NIR2 – 860 – 1040 (not available outside China)
  • Dynamic Range: 12-bits

Collection Capabilities
  • Footprint Width: 15 km (at nadir)
  • Maximum Collection Geometry:
    • Mono-mosaic mode – 6 strips wide x 90 km long
    • Stereo mode – 200 km long
    • Tristereo mode – 60 km long
  • Daily Collection Capacity: 200,000 sq km
  • Georeferenced Horizontal Accuracy: ≤ 10-m CE90 (predicted; global average, dependent on terrain)

Below is the least expensive, color 40-cm SuperView-2 data offered. Prices increase for new collections and data processing. Note that volume discounts are available as well as 50-cm resolution.

  • Data Source: archive (greater than 60 days old)
  • Minimum Order Size: 25 sq km (per area & date)
  • Product Type: 40-cm georeferenced + natural color or 4-band
  • Price Per Sq Km: $18.00 (more detailed pricing can be found here)

For an exact quote, please contact our Sales Team at sales@apollomapping.com.

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