SPOT 1 to SPOT 5

SPOT 1 to 7 Constellation

The SPOT satellites have been supplying high-resolution, wide-area optical imagery since 1986. The 26-year archive acquired by SPOT 1 through to SPOT 5 contains more than 30 million images at resolutions of 20 to 2.5 metres, all accessible from Geostore.

Simplified product range

SPOT 5 Satellite Image - Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

SPOT5 Satellite Image, 2.5-m natural colour - Tabuk, Saudi Arabia © CNES 2003

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GeoStore, the on-line catalogue of SPOT imagery from 1986 to the present day.

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Main Features

SPOT5 Satellite Image - Tamanrasset, Algeria

SPOT5 Satellite Image, 2.5-m colour
Tamanrasset, Algeria © CNES 2006

 

Products Panchromatic: 2.5 m - 5 m - 10 m
Multispectral: 10 m - 20 m
Merge: 2.5 m - 5 m
Spectral bands P (panchromatic);
B1 (green); B2 (red);
B3 (near-infrared);
B4 (SWIR: short-wave infrared, on SPOT 4 and SPOT 5)
Footprint 60 km x 60 km
Revisite interval 2 to 3 days
1 day with full constellation of SPOT satellites
Tasking Yes, standard or priority
Global archive > 30 million images since 1986
Viewing angle Cross-track : +/- 27°
Forward / backward stereoviewing with SPOT 5
Location accuracy SPOT Scene (without GCPs):
< 30 m (CE90) for SPOT 5
< 350 m (CE90) for SPOT 1 to 4

SPOTView:
< 10 m (CE90) with Reference3D data or dependent on the quality of GCPs and DEM used for othorectification.

 

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