WorldView-1 satellite was launched in September 2007. It is equipped with a panchromatic imaging system featuring half-meter resolution imagery.
WorldView-1 satellite operates at an altitude of 496 km. Its average revisit interval is 1.7 days, and it capable of collecting over one million sq.km2 per day with half-meter imagery. The satellite is also equipped with state-of-the-art geo-location capabilities and exhibits stunning agility with rapid targeting and efficient in-track stereo collection.
Operator: DigitalGlobe (США).
|Spectral Range (µm):||0.40–0.90|
|Spatial resolution, m:
(at nadir/20° to nadir)
|Radiometric Resolution:||11 bits / pixel|
|Swath Width:||At nadir: 17.7 km|
|Revisit time (40° N):||1.7 days at GSD 1 m or less
5.4 days at off-nadir 20° or less (GSD 0.55 m)
|Acquire Stereo-Pair:||Yes, from one pass|