SPOT-7 is the latest addition to the SPOT series which has been obtaining high resolution optical imagery since 1986. Launched on June 30, 2014, SPOT-7 has the capacity to obtain panchromatic imagery and multi-spectral (R, G, B & NIR) at a Ground Sampling Distance (GSD) of 1.5m. SPOT-7 has been proven to be a powerful tool in a multitude of applications from civil and military mapping to agricultural and land management.
Operating on the same satellite orbit as SPOT-6, these satellites are able to provide a high temporal resolution (1 day revisit) which increases the opportunity to obtain a cloud-free image. Continuing it’s mission until 2024, SPOT-7 offers long-term opportunities for imagery well into the future.
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Parameter SPOT-7
Orbit Altitude 694km
Spectral Bands Five spectral bands (450-890nm) with one panchromatic (1.5-2.5m), three visible (6-10m) and one near-infrared (6-10m) band
Swath Width 60km
Ground Sampling Distance (GSD) 1.5 (2.5) – 6 (10)
Launch/Life Expectancy 2014 - 2024
Revisit Time 1 day

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