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Data Sheet
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SuperView-1 01&02 was launched by one rocket on 28 December 2016. And the next two better performed satellites will be launched to the same orbit in the second half year of 2017. From then on, there will be four 0.5m resolution satellites phased 90° from each other on the same orbit providing services to the global clients. 

And in the second half year of 2017, another two better-performed 0.5 m resolution satellites will be launched to the same orbit. From then, there will be four high resolution satellites and phased 90° from each other on the same orbit to collect imagery for the clients across the world. 

Feature & Benefits  

● Very High Resolution 
--With 0.5 m PAN and 2 m MS resolution, it provides highly detailed imagery for precise map creation, change detection and in-depth image analysis.
  
● Multiple Spectral Bands 
-Panchromatic 
-4 standard colors: blue, green, red, near-IR
  
● Fast Large Area Collection 
-12 km imaging swath width, provides better capacity than competition.
  
● Highly Agile Platform and Multiple Collection Modes  
-Agile platform allows up to ±30° pitch and ±45° roll down emergency scenarios. 
-Long strip multiple strips collect, multiple point targets collect and stereoscopic collection.
  
● High Collection Capacity
-2TB storage onboard, collects 900,000 km² across the globe per day.

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  • Chile
  • Brunei
  • Hong
  • Tibet
  • Buenos
  • Buenos
  • Buenos
  • Buenos
  • Dakar
  • Brunei
  • Cairo
  • Cairo
  • Cairo
  • Tibet
  • Brunei
  • Hong
  • Brunei
  • Brunei
  • Hong
  • Vienna
  • Vienna
  • Hong
  • Hong
  • Iraq
  • Brunei
  • Beijing
  • Dakar
  • Dubai
  • Fuzhou
  • Beijing
  • Fuzhou
  • Canberra
  • America
  • Moscow
  • Guangxi
  • Qatar
  • Canberra
  • Nanniwan
  • Shanxi
  • Xian