KOMPSAT-3 SATELLITE IMAGERY

Kompsat-3 is sub-metre resolution optical satellite which was launched on May 17, 2012 and is planned to remain operational until 2020. This mission aims to provide earth observation data for agricultural, environmental and ocean monitoring. KOMPSAT-3 offers imagery in both panchromatic and multi-spectral forms and has the unique ability to image the earth at a local access time of 13:30 hours, which increases the chances of obtaining a cloud-free image.
KOMPSAT Images © KARI – Worldwide Distribution SI Imaging Services

OVERVIEW OF KOMPSAT-3

Untitled Document
Parameter KOMPSAT-3
Orbit Altitude 685.1km
Spectral Bands Five spectral bands (450-900nm) with a panchromatic (0.7m), visible (2.8m) and near-infrared (2.8m) bands
Swath Width 15km
Ground Sampling Distance (GSD) 0.7m – 2.8m
Launch/Life Expectancy 2012 - 2020
Revisit Time ~2.8 days
Please make use of our two platforms or contact us directly
to search for and order data from the KOMPSAT-3 mission:
Satellite imagery web base online simple satellite images search and ordering platform Earthimages Lite

EarthImages

Our simple, web-based image search and ordering platform for quick and easy queries.

Satellite imagery web base online comprehensive satellite images search and planning application Earthimages Pro

EarthImages
Pro

Our comprehensive image search and planning application, for advanced users of imagery.

Let us know your satellite imagery requirements via our simple form

Want us
to search?

Let us know your requirements via our simple form and we will get back to you within 24 hours.

INFORMATION

For further information about KOMPSAT-3 satellite imagery, or if you require sample imagery for this satellite, please access the following links, respectively: