Panchromatic Imaging Camera

PRISMA

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PRISMA (Hyperspectral Precursor of the Application Mission), mission fully funded by Italian Space Agency (ASI), is an Earth Observation system with innovative, electro-optical instrumentation that combine a hyperspectral sensor with a medium-resolution panchromatic camera. The advantages of this combination are that in addition to the usual capability of observation based on recognising the geometric characteristics of the scene there are hyperspectral sensors which determine the chemical-physical composition of the objects present on the scene. This offers the scientific community and use

Instrument: 

  • Hyperion
  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Fri, 22/03/2019

Life span: 

5years

Technical specification: 

Kanopus-V

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0Public Private Partnership

Kanopus-V (also spelling of Canopus-V N1) is an Earth observation minisatellite mission of the Russian Space Agency, Roskosmos and ROSHYDROMET/Planeta. The overall objective is to monitor Earth's surface, the atmosphere, ionosphere, and magnetosphere to detect and study the probability of strong earthquake occurrence.

Instrument: 

  • MSS
  • Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer
  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Sun, 22/07/2012

Life span: 

5years

Cartosat-2E

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Cartosat-2 is an advanced remote sensing satellite with a single panchromatic camera (PAN) capable of providing scene-specific spot imageries for cartographic applications. The camera is designed to provide imageries with better than one meter spatial resolution and a swath of 10 km. The satellite will have high agility with capability to steer along and across the track up to + 45 degrees. It will be placed in a sun-synchronous polar orbit at an altitude of 630 km. It will have a revisit period of four days. The re-visit can be improved to one day with suitable orbit manoeuvres.

Instrument: 

  • Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer
  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Fri, 23/06/2017

Life span: 

5years

Cartosat-2D

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Cartosat-2 is an advanced remote sensing satellite with a single panchromatic camera (PAN) capable of providing scene-specific spot imageries for cartographic applications. The camera is designed to provide imageries with better than one meter spatial resolution and a swath of 10 km. The satellite will have high agility with capability to steer along and across the track up to + 45 degrees. It will be placed in a sun-synchronous polar orbit at an altitude of 630 km. It will have a revisit period of four days. The re-visit can be improved to one day with suitable orbit manoeuvres.

Instrument: 

  • Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer
  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Wed, 15/02/2017

Life span: 

5years

Cartosat-2C

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Cartosat-2 is an advanced remote sensing satellite with a single panchromatic camera (PAN) capable of providing scene-specific spot imageries for cartographic applications. The camera is designed to provide imageries with better than one meter spatial resolution and a swath of 10 km. The satellite will have high agility with capability to steer along and across the track up to + 45 degrees. It will be placed in a sun-synchronous polar orbit at an altitude of 630 km. It will have a revisit period of four days. The re-visit can be improved to one day with suitable orbit manoeuvres.

Instrument: 

  • Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer
  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Wed, 22/06/2016

Life span: 

5years

Cartosat-2B

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Cartosat-2 is an advanced remote sensing satellite with a single panchromatic camera (PAN) capable of providing scene-specific spot imageries for cartographic applications. The camera is designed to provide imageries with better than one meter spatial resolution and a swath of 10 km. The satellite will have high agility with capability to steer along and across the track up to + 45 degrees. It will be placed in a sun-synchronous polar orbit at an altitude of 630 km. It will have a revisit period of four days. The re-visit can be improved to one day with suitable orbit manoeuvres.

Instrument: 

  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Mon, 12/07/2010

Life span: 

5years

Cartosat-2A

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Cartosat-2 is an advanced remote sensing satellite with a single panchromatic camera (PAN) capable of providing scene-specific spot imageries for cartographic applications. The camera is designed to provide imageries with better than one meter spatial resolution and a swath of 10 km. The satellite will have high agility with capability to steer along and across the track up to + 45 degrees. It will be placed in a sun-synchronous polar orbit at an altitude of 630 km. It will have a revisit period of four days. The re-visit can be improved to one day with suitable orbit manoeuvres.

Instrument: 

  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Mon, 28/04/2008

Life span: 

5years

Cartosat-1 / IRS-P5

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Cartosat-1 satellite sensor was built by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) which is mainly intended for cartographic applications was launched by the PSLV on May 5, 2005 at Sriharikota, India.

Instrument: 

  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Thu, 05/05/2005

Life span: 

5years

CBERS-4

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0Public Private Partnership

CBERS is a cooperative program between CAST (Chinese Academy of Space Technology) of the People's Republic of China, and INPE (Instituto de Pesquisas Espaciais) of Brazil (government agreement of both countries for the development and operation of two satellites). The program was signed in July 1988 to establish a complete remote sensing system (space and ground segment) to supply both countries with multispectral remotely sensed imagery.

Instrument: 

  • Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer
  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera
  • Wide Field Sensor

Launch Date: 

Sat, 06/12/2014

Life span: 

3years

SJ-9A / Shi Jian-9A

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SJ-9 (Shi Jian = Practice) is a technology demonstration formation flight mission of CNSA (China National Space Administration), consisting of two minisatellites of different sizes and capabilities, SJ-9A and SJ-9B. The overall mission concept is to demonstrate the functionality of a range of newly developed formation flying techniques and components and to validate the formation flight GNC (Guidance, Navigation and Control) algorithms and strategies of the system configuration.

Instrument: 

  • MSC
  • Panchromatic Imaging Camera

Launch Date: 

Sun, 14/10/2012

Life span: 

6years

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