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Very High Resolution


The Earth Remote Observation System-C (EROS-C) is a high-resolution satellite that provides higher data link rates and image resolution than its predecessor EROS-A and EROS-B and includes the ability for multispectral imagery.


GeoEye-1, which was launched in 2008, is a satellite that captures panchromatic and multispectral imagery for a variety of purposes.

Pléiades 1A and 1B

Pléiades 1A and 1B, launched in 2011 and 2012, are satellites that can provide accurate imagery for a variety of purposes.

Pléiades Neo

Pléiades Neo consists of two satellites with enhanced imagery, optimised tasking, and a wide range of applications in earth observation, mapping, and analytics.

SpaceEye-T (Coming Soon in 2024 / 2025)

SpaceEye-T is a high-resolution earth observation satellite manufactured by Satrec Initiative (SI) capable of 30cm imagery. SpaceEye-T is due to launch between the first quarter of 2024 and 2025.

WorldView Legion (Coming Soon 2024)

WorldView Legion 1 and 2 are due to launch into orbit early 2024 and will provide the highest resolution commercially available at the time of development. Future satellites to come with a total of 6 for the full constellation.


WorldView-1, which was launched on September 18, 2007, is a satellite that captures 50cm imagery covering 750,000 km² per day.


WorldView-2, which was released on October 8, 2009, gathers imagery with eight spectral bands spanning 975,000 km² every day.


WorldView-3, launched in 2014, offers multispectral imaging with 16 spectral bands, benefiting industries like mining, agriculture, and environmental monitoring.


WorldView-4, which was released in 2016, provides imagery for mapping, urban planning, and environmental monitoring. Unfortunately, it ceased operations in 2019.

High Resolution


Launched by JAXA in 2006, ALOS-1 is an Earth observation satellite, offering high-resolution images for various applications, from disaster management to environmental monitoring.


The Earth Remote Observation System-B (EROS-B) is a commercial imaging satellite and provides high-resolution imagery for agriculture, infrastructure and emergency monitoring, oil and gas exploration, and illegal construction supervision.

SPOT 6 and 7

SPOT 6 and SPOT 7, launched in 2012 and 2014, provide high-resolution optical imaging for agriculture, urban planning, and environmental monitoring.

TripleSat-1, 2 and 3

TripleSat is three advance Earth observation satellites that offer daily imaging capabilities around the world with data dating back to 2016.

Medium Resolution

ASTER (Terra)

ASTER is a cutting-edge imaging instrument on the NASA Terra satellite, offering wide spectral coverage and medium spatial resolution for various applications.

Landsat 7

Landsat 7, launched in 1999, offers valuable Earth observation data for agriculture, forestry, and environmental monitoring with advanced multispectral imaging.

Landsat 8

Launched in 2013, Landsat 8 offers valuable Earth observation data for agriculture, forestry, and environmental monitoring with advanced multispectral imaging.

Landsat 9

Launched in 2021, Landsat 9, managed by the USGS, continues the legacy of its predecessors by providing high-precision global data for monitoring the environment of Earth.

Sentinel 2A and 2B

Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-2B are identical Earth observation satellites launched in 2015 and 2017, offering high-quality data for land monitoring, agriculture, and forestry.



ALOS-2, launched by JAXA, is an advanced Earth observation satellite equipped with synthetic aperture radar (SAR) technology.


KOMPSAT-5 (Korea Multi-Purpose Satellite-5) was launched on 22 August 2013 and was the first Korean SAR Satellite designed and manufactured by the Korean Space Agency (KARI). KOMPSAT-5 carries a X-band SAR instrument which provides imagery in all polarizations.

KOMPSAT-6 (Coming soon in 2024)

KOMPSAT-6 (Korea Multi-Purpose Satellite-6) is due to launch in August 2024 is the second Korean SAR Satellite designed and manufactured by the Korean Space Agency (KARI). KOMPSAT-6 provides high resolution imagery required in Geographical Information Systems (GIS), disaster and environment monitoring as well as ocean and land management.

Radarsat 1 and 2

Canadian SAR satellites, Radarsat 1 and 2, launched in 1995 and 2007, offer high-quality imaging data for various applications.

Sentinel 1A and 1B

Sentinel-1A and Sentinel-1B offer all-weather radar imaging for land, ocean, and disaster monitoring applications with global coverage.

TerraSAR-X and TanDEM-X

TerraSAR-X launched in 2007, offers advanced imaging for environmental monitoring, agriculture, disaster response, and defence.