EROS-B is a sub-metre panchromatic satellite which has been used for a range of diverse application from disaster, urban and maritime monitoring to military surveillance. The satellite was launched on April 25, 2006, and has obtained global imagery every 5-6 days at a 0.7m Ground Sampling Distance (GSD) (at nadir).
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Parameter EROS-B
Sun-Synchronous Orbit ~520km
Spectral Bands Panchromatic (500-900nm)
Swath Width 7km
Ground Sampling Distance (GSD) 0.7m
Launch/Life Expectancy 2006-2022
Revisit Time 5-6 days

EROS-B Satellite Imagery Samples

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Chaoyang Park, China

Beijing NationalStadium, China

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