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World View IDigitalGlobe’s WorldView-1 satellite is the most agile commercial satellite ever flown.
The high-capacity, panchromatic imaging system features half-meter resolution imagery. The
satellite is also equipped with state-of-the-art geolocation accuracy capabilities and exhibits stunning agility with rapid pointing and efficient in-track stereo collection. WorldView-1 is designed to efficiently and accurately image large areas with industryleading geolocation accuracy. The WorldView-1 spacecraft is capable of collecting up to 750,000 square kilometers (290,000 square miles) of imagery per day.

WorldView-1 Caracteristics

Lunch Information: Date: September 18, 2007 Launch Vehicle: Delta II 7920 Launch Site: Vandenberg Air Force Base
Orbit Altitude: 496 kilometers Type: Sun synchronous, 10:30 am descending node Period: 94.6 minutes
Sensor Bands: Panchromatic
Sensor Resolution: 0.50 meters GSD at nadir 0.59 meters GSD at 25° off-nadir
NIIRS Equivalency : NIIRS potential of greater than 5.0
Dynamic Range: 11-bits per pixel
Swath Width: 17.6 kilometers at nadir
Pointing Accurancy & Knowledge : Accuracy: <500 meters at image start and stop Knowledge: Supports geolocation accuracy below
Retargeting Agility Acceleration: 2.5 deg/s/s Rate: 4.5 deg/s Time to slew 300 kilometers: 10.5 seconds
Onboard Storage: 2199 gigabits solid state with EDAC
Max Viewing Angle/ Accessible Ground Swath: Nominally +/-45° off-nadir = 1036 km wide swath Higher angles selectively available
Per Orbit Collection: 331 gigabits
Max Contiguous Area : 60 x 110 km mono
Collected in a Single Pass: 30 x 110 km stereo
Revisit Frequency: 1.7 days at 1 meter GSD 4.6 days at 25° off-nadir or less (0.59 meter GSD)
Geolocation Accuracy (CE90): Geolocation Accuracy specification of 6.5m CE90% at nadir, with actual accuracy in the range of 4.0 – 5.5m
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Producto InfoSat Nro 1 : WorldView I


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Imagen Pancromática
Resolución 50cm
La Mayor Resolución del Mercado Mundial

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QUICKBIRDQuickBird Characteristics

Acquisition method: Archives and new collects
Particularity: The highest multispectral resolution offered by a commercial satellite

Launch Date October 18, 2001
Launch Vehicle Boeing Delta II
Launch Location Vandenberg Air Force Base, California
Orbit Altitude 450 km
Orbit Inclination 97.2 degree, sun-synchronous
Speed 7.1 km/second
Equator Crossing Time 10:30 a.m. (descending node)
Orbit Time 93.5 minutes
Revisit Time 1-3.5 days depending on latitude (30o off-nadir)
Swath Width 16.5 km at nadir
Metric Accuracy 23-meter horizontal (CE90%)
Digitization 11 bits

Resolution Pan: 61 cm (nadir) to 72 cm (25o off-nadir)
MS: 2.44 m (nadir) to 2.88 m (25o off-nadir)

Image Bands
Pan: 725 nm
Blue: 479.5 nm
Green: 546.5 nm
Red: 654 nm
Near IR: 814.5 nm


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Producto InfoSat Nro 2: QUICKBIRD Bundle 5 Bandas


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High radiometric response 11 bits (up to 2,048 levels of gray)
Panchromatic band (resolution 0.61 meter) 0.45 - 0.90 microns and Multispectral 4 bands (resolution 2,4m )
Blue band (450 to 520 nm), Green band (520 to 600 nm),
Red band (630 to 690 nm), Nearby band - infrared (760 to 900 nm)

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Producto InfoSat Nro 3: QUICKBIRD Multispectral 4 Bandas


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Pan-sharpened
Multispectral 4 bands (resolution 0.60 cm )
Blue band (450 to 520 nm)
Green band (520 to 600 nm)
Red band (630 to 690 nm)
Nearby band - infrared (760 to 900 nm)

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Producto InfoSat Nro 4: QUICKBIRD Color Natural 3 Bandas


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Multispectral 3 bands (resolution 0.60 cm )

Blue band (450 to 520 nm)
Green band (520 to 600 nm)
Red band (630 to 690 nm)

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Producto InfoSat Nro 5: QUICKBIRD Color Infrarrojo 3 Bandas


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Multispectral 3 bands (resolution 0.60 cm )

Green band (520 to 600 nm)
Red band (630 to 690 nm)
Nearby band - infrared (760 to 900 nm)

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IRS-P6 (RESOURCESAT-1)RESOURCESAT-1 (IRS-P6)
Organization ISRO

Mission Type Earth observation

Satellite of Earth

Launch October 17, 2003 on a PSLV

Launch site Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota

Mission duration 5 years
Mass 1360 kg (launch)
Orbital elements Semimajor Axis 7195.11 km
Eccentricity 0.001
Inclination 98.69 degrees
Orbital Period 101.35 minutes
Right ascension of the ascending node 76.6115 degrees
Argument of perigee 102.0507 degrees
Instruments
Cameras LISS-4: 5.8 meter multispectral, LISS-3: 23.5 meter multispectral, AWiFS: 56 meter multispectral

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Producto InfoSat Nro 6 : LISS-4 5,8m Pan


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LISS IV specifications

IGFOV 5.8 m at nadir
Spectral Band B3: 0.62-0.68 (red)
Swath 70 km
Integration Time 0.877714 msec
Quantization 10 bits
selected 7 bits will be transmitted by the data handling system
No.of gains Single gain (Dynamic range obtained by sliding 7 bits out f of 10bits)

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Producto InfoSat Nro 7 : LISS-4 5,8m g,r,nir


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LISS IV specifications

IGFOV 5.8 m at nadir
Spectral Bands B2: 0.52-0.59 B3: 0.62-0.68 B4: 0.77-0.86
Swath 23.9 km (multispectral mode)
Integration Time 0.877714 msec
Quantization 10 bits
selected 7 bits will be transmitted by the data handling system
No.of gains Single gain (Dynamic range obtained by sliding 7 bits out f of 10bits)

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Producto InfoSat Nro 8 : LISS-3 23m g,r,nir,swir



LISS III specifications

IGFOV 23.5 m
Spectral Bands
B2: 0.52-0.59 B3: 0.62-0.68 B4: 0.77-0.86 B5: 1.55-1.70
Swath 141 km
Integration Time 3.32 msec
Quantization 7 bits
SWIR band has 10-bit quantization, selected 7 bits out of 10 bits will be transmitted by the data handling system.
No.of gains Four for B2, B3 and B4. For B5 (Dynamic range obtained by sliding 7 bits out of 10 bits)

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Producto InfoSat Nro 9 : AWiFS 56m g,r,nir,swir


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AWiFS specifications

IGFOV 56m (nadir)
70m (at field edge)
Spectral Bands
B2: 0.52-0.59 B3: 0.62-0.68 B4: 0.77-0.86 B5: 1.55-1.70
Swath 370 km each head 740 km (combined)
Integration time 9.96 msec
Quantization 10 bits
No. of gains 1

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LISS-4 MULTIESPECTRAL1574 viewsIRS-P6

3 Bandas g,r,nir
Resolución 5,8 m

Cobertura 23x23 km2
Mar 09, 2008
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LISS-4 MULTIESPECTRAL1236 viewsIRS-P6

3 Bandas g,r,nir
Resolución 5,8 m

Cobertura 23x23 km2
Mar 09, 2008
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Cartografía Rural1707 viewsIRS-P6 LISS-4

Pancromática B3 (roja)
Resolución 5,8m

Cobertura 70x70 km2
Mar 09, 2008
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Ría de Bahía Blanca1026 viewsIRS-P6

4bandas g,r,nir,swir
Resolución 56m
Cobertura 370x370 km2
Mar 09, 2008
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Agro1905 viewsColor Infrarrojo

Resoulución 60cm

3 Bandas
Verde: 546.5 nm
Rojo: 654 nm
Near IR: 814.5 nm


Mar 09, 2008
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Instalaciones Mina1549 viewsColor Natural
Utilizando 3 de las 4 bandas: Azúl, Verde y Rojo
Resoulución 60cm

Bandas
Azúl: 479.5 nm
Verde: 546.5 nm
Rojo: 654 nm
Mar 09, 2008

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