Satellite Imagery from SPOT 6 & SPOT 7
Resolution: 1.5 m Pan/Pansharpened, 6.0 m MultispectralBand: Natural Color, Color Infrared, Multispectral, Panchromatic Projection: UTM or Lat/LongDatum: WGS 84Format: GeoTIFF or JPEG2000Dates: 2013-present
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SPOT 6, launched on September 9, 2012, is a high resolution optical Earth observation satellite delivering, like its twin SPOT 7, 1.5m resolution image products. SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 will ensure service continuity begin with the SPOT 4 and SPOT 5 satellites, which have been operating since 1998. The first ‘twins’ in the SPOT family, SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 operate in a phased orbit, 180 degrees from one another enabling a revisit at least once per day to any point on Earth.
With SPOT 6 and SPOT 7, from Airbus Defense and Space not only secures mission continuity of its SPOT series, which has collected an archive of more than 30 million scenes since 1986, but this new generation of optical satellites also features technological improvements and advanced system performance that increase reactivity and acquisition capacity as well as simplifying data access.
SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 deliver 1.5 meter high resolution products, panchromatic and 4-band multispectral (R/G/B/NIR), fully super-imposable, as they are always acquired simultaneously. Standard products are delivered application ready as pan-sharpened and orthorectified natural color imagery.
An extensive and attractive tasking offer allows users to select the service most suitable for their specific requirements. Six tasking plans per day allow for integration of short-notice requests in the tasking plan, thus securing optimized acquisitions.
The SPOT series’ signature 60km-swath is maintained, enabling a daily acquisition capacity of 3 million km² per satellite. SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 are specifically designed to efficiently provide large-area coverage, making them particularly suitable to serve cartographic and monitoring applications. While nominal acquisitions are available within 60x600km² strips, multi-strip acquisitions can be recorded in a single path and non-North-South-oriented acquisitions are also possible.
Several factors affect the pricing for satellite imagery. Please feel free to submit the required site online or via email to receive a price quotation or contact us at 303-759-5050 x 2 with any questions.