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SuperView NEO-1


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30 cm Resolution, 4 MS bands, Stereo Imaging, High Agility

SuperView Neo-1 is a very-high-resolution optical satellite constellation, it consists of over 16 satellites with 20-30 cm resolution in the programme. SuperView Neo-1 01&02 are first two satellites of the programme, and they were launched on April 29, 2022. Combining with another 5 SuperView satellites (SuperView-1 and SuperView-2), SuperView provide the strong imaging ability to support geospatial applications and intelligent analytics for global users.

  Technical Specifications
   Mission life      6 years
   Launch time      April 29, 2022
   Orbit       Sun-synchronous, 10:30 am descending node 500 km altitude
  778 km altitude, 98.5° inclination angle
   Resolution (at nadir)      Panchromatic: 30 cm; multispectral: 1.2 m
   Sensor bands       Panchromatic

   Swath width (at nadir)      12 km
   Dynamic range at imaging      11 bits
   NIIRS Class       6.0
   Oblique viewing angle      ±30° (normal), ±45°(extended)
   Revisit capacity       Daily
   Imaging modes      multi-target, multi-strip, stereo and corridor collection on one single pass
   Imaging capacity       1,500,000 km² (max capacity)
   Max acquisition for single target      60 km × 90 km

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