(1) High resolution 0.76m or less panchromatic resolution and 3.1m or less multi-spectral resolution enable it to unveil clear ground truth and applicable for land investigation, agricultural and forestry resources survey, environmental surveillance, geographical mapping, disaster relief, etc.

(2)Optimized spectral wave bands Full-wavebands(450nm~800nm)plus four standard multispectral bands: blue (450nm~510nm), green (510nm~580nm),red (630nm~690nm), and near-infrared wave bands(770nm~895nm).

(3)Extraordinary agility Rapid and accurate sub-satellite point imaging, conventional push-broom imaging, large angle side-sway imaging with a maximum angle of±45°and maximum motor angular velocity 2 °/s, orbit control capacity to maneuver and maintain the orbits.

(4)Wide-frame photography 40 km or above swath width of sub-satellite imaging with superior observation.

(5)Customized production High-end customized products of long life, small size, light weight (230kg), and short delivery cycle (12 ~ 16 months) are available.

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Last updated: 2020-08-25

Push-Broom Satellite D430



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