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SUPERVIEW-2 SATELLITE

42 cm Resolution, 6 MS Bands, Stereo Imaging, High Agility

SV-2 (short for SuperView-2, alias GFDM, 高分多模) is a follow-on satellite of SV-1 satellite constellation. It is a very-high-resolution optical imaging satellite. Compared with SV-1 satellites, SV-2 provides higher resolution and more spectral bands. The satellite has one panchromatic band and six multi-spectral bands. The panchromatic resolution is 42 cm and the multi-spectral resolution is 1.68 m at nadir. The imagery collection is highly agile, as the satellite allows long-strip, multi-target, multi-angle at one target, multi-strip, bi-/tri-stereo, along/not-along track collection in one single pass. The satellite is equipped with a set of synchronous monitoring atmospheric corrector to remove the effects of the atmosphere on the reflectance values of images.

 
  Technical Specifications
   Mission life      8 years
   Weight      2400 kg
   Launch time      July 3, 2020
   Orbit       Sun-synchronous, 10:30 am descending node, 643.8 km
  altitude, 97.96° inclination angle
   Resolution (at nadir)       Panchromatic: 42 cm; multispectral: 1.68 m
   Sensor bands       Panchromatic
  Blue
  Green
  Red
 
Red edge
Near-infrared1
Near-infrared2
   Swath width (at nadir)       15 km
   Dynamic range at imaging      12 bits
   Revisit capacity       1.5 days 30° off nadir
   Imaging modes      Long-strip, multi-target, multi-angle at one target, multi-strip, bi-/tri-stereo,
  along/not-along track collection in one single pass
   Onboard storage     ≥5Tb

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