Summary

Dragonfly Aerospace's DragonEye imager is high-resolution imager for microsatellites based on radiation-resistant optical components with low coefficient of thermal expansion.

The DragonEye imager offers imaging across panchromatic and 6 multispectral bands and is suitable for satellite buses in the 50 to 100 kg range. The imager is currently under development.

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Last updated: 2021-07-21

DragonEye Imager

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mass
18 kg (including electronics)
diameter
32 cm
length
92 cm
power supply
28 V DC
power usage
< 45 W (imaging mode)
< 25 W (readout mode)
spatial resolution (GSD)
1.4 m @ 500 km (PAN)
2.8 m @ 500 km (MS)
swath
20 km @ 500 km
integrated mass data storage
512 GB
data format
8 bit
16 bit
data compression
RAW
J2K lossless
lossy
interface
LVDS
SPI
I2C
CAN
RS422
operating temperature
10 to 30 C
survival temperature
-20 to 70 C

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