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Pleiades: Optical Satellite

"Pleiades" constellation provides very-high resolution optical products at a resolution of 50 cm, operated by Astrium GEO-Information Services, France.

Overview

Imaged area at single acquisition (20 km x 20 km) is half time wider than other high resolution optical satellites' swath.
Ability to image at 1m resolution everyday in the area above latitude 45˚N by combining Pleiades-2 schedule to be launched later 2012.

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Features

  • Providing 50 cm resolution, color imagery
  • Simultaneous observation at 4 bands multispectral (panchromatic and R/G/NIR)
  • Available for stereo and three points view stereo imaging
  • Same area collection max 12 times in a single pass
  • Available for 100 km x 100 km ground footprint in a single pass (strip mapping mode)
  • Maximum daily acquisition capacity of 1 million sq.km/satellite

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Products

1.Standard data (1A)

  • 50 cm panchromatic (Pan)
  • 2 m multispectral (MS)
  • Bundle Pan & MS
  • 50 cm color (true color or false color)

2.Ortho data

  • 50 cm panchromatic (Pan)
  • 2 m multispectral (MS)
  • Bundle Pan & MS
  • 50 cm color (true color or false color)

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Features on PASCO's services

  • PASCO provides newly acquired and archived imageries of the world to its domestic clients.
  • PASCO is able to provide newly acquired imageries promptly, since PASCO owns ground stations in the country.
  • PASCO offers options for priority acquisition for new imagery.

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Sample images

  • Location: Around Imperial palace in Japan
    Location: Around Imperial palace in Japan
  • Location: Bora Bora island
    Location: Bora Bora island
  • Location: Washington D.C, U.S.A.
    Location: Washington D.C, U.S.A.

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Specifications

Launched December 17, 2011 (Pleiades-1)
Ground Sample Distance (GSD) Panchromatic 0.5 m
Multispectral 2.0 m
Spectral bands Panchromatic:480 to 830 nm
Blue:430 to 550 nm
Green:490 to 610 nm
Red:600 to 720 nm
Near-infrared:750 to 950 nm
Satellite orbit Sun-synchronous, quasi circular orbit
Revisit time 26 days
Swath width 20 km (Nadir)
Launch vehicle Soyuz
Launch site Centre Spatial Guyanais (French Guiana)
Satellite altitude 694 km
Orbit period 98.64 minutes

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