LISS-4

Resourcesat-2A

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0Public Private Partnership

Resourcesat-2A is a remote sensing satellite intended for resource monitoring. Resourcesat-2A is a follow on mission to Resourcesat-1 and Resourcesat-2, launched in 2003 and 2011 respectively. Resourcesat-2A is intended to continue the remote sensing data services to global users provided by Resourcesat-1 and -2.

Instrument: 

  • Linear Imaging Self Scanning Sensor
  • LISS III
  • LISS-4
  • LISS-III

Launch Date: 

Wed, 07/12/2016

Life span: 

9years

Resourcesat-2

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0Public Private Partnership

ResourceSat-2 is a data continuity mission of ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) with improved spectral bands of the IRS-P6/ResourceSat-1. Each ResourceSat satellite carries three electrooptical cameras as its payload: LISS-3, LISS-4 and AWiFS. All the three imagers are multispectral pushbroom scanners with linear array CCDs as detectors.
ResourceSat-2 provides continuity and increases the observation timeliness (repetivity) in tandem with ResourceSat-1.
Additionally, the satellite carries an AIS payload for exactEarth (COMDEV), which is known as exactView 2 (EV 2).

Instrument: 

  • Linear Imaging Self Scanning Sensor
  • LISS III
  • LISS-4
  • LISS-III

Launch Date: 

Wed, 20/04/2011

Life span: 

9years

ResourceSat-1 / IRS-P6

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0Public Private Partnership

IRS-P6 is an Earth observation mission within the IRS (Indian Remote-Sensing Satellite) series of ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), Bangalore, India. The overall objectives of the IRS-P6 mission (ResourceSat-1) are to provide continued remote sensing data services on an operational basis for integrated land and water resources management. IRS-P6 is the continuation of the IRS-1C/1D missions with considerably enhanced capabilities.

Prior to launch, ISRO renamed the IRS-P6 spacecraft to ResourceSat-1, to describe more aptly the application spectrum of its observation data.

Instrument: 

  • LISS-4

Launch Date: 

Fri, 17/10/2003

Life span: 

5years
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