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This Push-Broom Camera is borne by a Jilin-1 satellite and has a mass of < 1100 kg. The system has GSD of <e; 0.5 m (PAN), <e; 2 m (Standard multispectral), <e; 4 m (Extended multispectral), and <e; 5 m (SWIR). It operates across several spectral bands (from 450 to 1690 nm), is capable of in-orbit adjustment of integral series and focal length, and is applicable for a numbr of spectral RS video satellites.

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Last updated: 2021-05-19

JG-P10000G - Push-Broom Camera



< 1100 kg
ground sample distance
≤ 0.5 m (PAN)
≤ 2 m (Standard multispectral)
≤ 4 m (Extended multispectral)
≤ 5 m (SWIR)
spectral band
450 to 800 nm (PAN)
450 to 510 nm (Blue)
510 to 580 nm (Green)
630 to 690 nm (Red)
770 to 895 nm (NIR 1)
1195 to 1225 nm (SWIR 1)
1360 to 1390 nm (SWIR 2)
1550 to 1590 nm (SWIR 3)
1610 to 1690 nm (SWIR 4)


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