- GeoEye-1 (0.46m)
- GeoEye-2 (0.34m)
- WorldView-1 (0.46m)
- WorldView-2 (0.46m)
- WorldView-3 (0.31m)
- Pleiades-1A (0.5m)
- Pleiades-1B (0.5m)
- QuickBird (0.65m)
- IKONOS (0.82m)
- SkySat-1 (0.9m)
- SkySat-2 (0.9m)
- SPOT-6 (1.5m)
- SPOT-7 (1.5m)
- Other Satellites (2m-20m)
- Engineering and Construction
- Defense and Security
- Environmental Monitoring
- Media and Entertainment
- Natural Resources
SPOT-5 Satellite Sensor
Thanks to SPOT-5's improved 5-meter and 2.5-meter resolution and wide imaging swath, which covers 60 x 60 km or 60 km x 120 km in twin-instrument mode, the SPOT-5 satellite provides an ideal balance between high resolution and wide-area coverage. SPOT-5 Satellite sensor was decommissioned on March 31, 2015.
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SPOT-5 Satellite Sensor (2.5m/5m)
The SPOT-5 satellite sensor has been decommissioned as of March 31, 2015. SPOT-5 was successfully placed into orbit by an Ariane 4 from the Guiana Space Centre in Kourou during the night of 3 to 4 May 2002. Archived SPOT-5 Satellite Imagery will remain available.
SPOT-5 Satellite Sensor (2.5m / 5m)
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Compared to its predecessors, SPOT-5 satellite offered greatly enhanced capabilities, which provided additional cost-effective imaging solutions. The coverage offered by SPOT-5 was a key asset for applications such as medium-scale mapping (at 1:25 000 and 1:10 000 locally), urban and rural planning, oil and gas exploration, and natural disaster management. SPOT-5's other key feature was the unprecedented acquisition capability of the on-board HRS stereo viewing instrument, which could cover vast areas in a single pass. Stereo satellite imagery is vital for applications that call for 3D terrain modeling and computer environments, such as flight simulator databases, pipeline corridors, and mobile phone network planning.
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SPOT-5 Satellite Sensor Specifications
Satellites Currently Operated by AIRBUS Defence & Space
Rapid Acquisition/Rush Tasking
Rush tasking orders for satellite image data around the world are accepted in support of live events, natural disasters, global security, and various other applications in which FAST delivery of image data is critical. In most instances, we can provide image data within 24 hours after the initial data has been acquired and delivered via FTP and DVD media. A Spanish version is also available at http://www.satimagingcorp.es.
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