WorldView-1 was the first satellite of its series launched on September 18th, 2007, and has collected over 1 million km2 of imagery every day since its launch. It is a panchromatic satellite imaging the earth at 0.5m and has been used for applications including precise map creation, change detection, infrastructure planning and the generation of DEMs, amongst many others.
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Parameter WorldView-1
Orbit Altitude 496km
Spectral Bands 1 Panchromatic band (450-900nm)
Swath Width 17.6km
Ground Sampling Distance (GSD) 0.50m
Launch/Life Expectancy 2009-2022
Revisit Time 1.7-5.9 Days

Worldview-1 Satellite Imagery Samples

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Satellite imagery Worldview-1 Mer de Glace Glacier France

Mer de Glace, Glacier France

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