Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer

Deimos-1

Public Private Partnership: 

0Public Private Partnership

The Deimos-1 mission is fully owned and operated by Deimos Imaging (DMI), an UrtheCast company. Deimos-1 satellite was successfully launched on 29 July 2009 from the Baikonur Launch Complex (Kazakhstan) in the Russian-Ukrainian Dnepr launcher. The mission is fully dedicated to Earth Observation and captures images all around the world. Thus, currently the Deimos-1 system provides capabilities well above and beyond the design goals.

Instrument: 

  • Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer

Launch Date: 

mié, 29/07/2009

Life span: 

5years

RapidEye

Providers: 

Public Private Partnership: 

0Public Private Partnership

RapidEye is a full end-to-end commercial Earth Observation system comprising a constellation of five minisatellites, a dedicated SCC (Spacecraft Control Center), a data downlink ground station service, and a full ground segment designed to plan, acquire and process up to 5 million km2 of imagery every day to generate unique land information products.

Instrument: 

  • Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer

Launch Date: 

Vie, 29/08/2008

Life span: 

7years

UK-DMC-1 / BNSCSat 1

Providers: 

Public Private Partnership: 

0Public Private Partnership

BNSCSat (British National Space Centre Satellite) or UK-DMC 1 is the UK component of DMC. The Disaster Monitoring Constellation (DMC) is an international programme initially proposed in 1996 and led by SSTL (Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd) from the United Kingdom, to construct a network of five affordable Low Earth Orbit (LEO) microsatellites. The objective is to provide a daily global imaging capability at medium resolution (30-40 m), in 3-4 spectral bands, for rapid-response disaster monitoring and mitigation.

Instrument: 

  • MSC
  • Multispectral Imaging Spectrometer

Launch Date: 

sáb, 27/09/2003

Life span: 

5years
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