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SPOT6 & 7: Optical Satellite

SPOT6 & 7 satellites offer 1.5m resolution imagery, providing affordable sources for analysis, monitoring, forecasting, and managing resources.

Specifications of SPOT6 & 7 Satellites

Number of satellites 2
Launch date SPOT6: September, 2012
SPOT7: June, 2014
Design lifetime 10 years
Size Body: ~1.55*1.75*2.7m
Launch mass 712kg
Altitude 694km
Onboard storage 1 T bits end of life (Solid State Mass Memory)
Orbit Sun-synchronous; 10:00 AM local time at descending node
Period 98.79 minutes
Cycle 26 days
Viewing angle Standard: +/-20ºin roll | Extended: +/-45º in roll
Revisit Between 1and 3 days with only one satellite in operation
Pointing agility Control Moment Gyroscopes allowing quick maneuvers in all directions for targeting several areas of interest on the same pass
Acquisition capacity Up to 6 million daily with SPOT6 and SPOT7 when operating simultaneously
Nominal imaging mode 60km-swath strips oriented along North-South axis; up to 600km length
Stereo capability single pass stereo and tri-stereo (Fore, nadir and aft mode)
Optical system One instrument made of 2 identical Korsch telescopes, each with a 200mm aperture, delivering the expected swath
Spectral bands Panchromatic: 0.450-0.745μm
Blue: 0.450-0.520μm
Green: 0.530-0.590μm
Red: 0.625-0.695μm
Near Infrared: 0.760-0.890μm
The 5 bands are always acquired simultaneously
Swath 60km at nadir
Dynamic range at acquisition 12 bits per pixel
Location accuracy specification 35m CE 90 without GCP within a 30º viewing angle cone
10m CE 90 for Ortho products where Reference 3D is available

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For more information

SPOT6 & 7 are operated by Airbus Defence & Space, France.
Please refer to the below link for more detail information.

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