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This constellation of approximately 130 satellites is constantly growing and improving, thanks to ongoing technology deployments. Combined, the constellation can image the entire land surface of Earth each day.


About PlanetScope


PlanetScope satellite constellation consists of more than 130 small satellites called Doves. Each Dove satellite is a CubeSat made of three cubic units and thus measures only 10 cm x 10 cm x 30 cm. The satellites are launched in groups, which constantly improves mission's characteristics such as revisit times, spatial and spectral resolutions. The constellation is constantly "on" and does not require an acquisition planning.

PlanetScope data is an excellent source for vegetation monitoring. It complements Sentinel-2 data with better spatial resolution and better temporal coverage, which is especially important in cloudy areas as it increases the chance of acquiring a cloudless image.

PlanetScope Samples

PlanetScope Specs


475 km, Orbit type: Sun-synchronous

Mass: 110 kg
Dimensions: 60 x 60 x 95 cm

4 (RGB, NIR)

Three-band frame Imager or four-band frame Imager with a split-frame NIR filter (DOVE-C)

Four-band frame imager with butcher-block filter providing blue, green, red, and NIR stripes (DOVE-R)

Eight-band frame imager with butcher-block filter providing blue, green, red, red-edge, and NIR stripes (SuperDove)

16-bits per pixel

6.5m at nadir

Sensor-related effects are corrected using sensor telemetry and a sensor model. Spacecraft-related effects are corrected using attitude telemetry and best available ephemeris data. Orthorectified using GCPs and fine DEMs (30 m to 90 m posting) to <10 m RMSE positional accuracy

Time to Slew 200 km: 10 sec

360 GB + 360 GB cold spare storage

Daily at nadir (2017)

Demonstrated <3.5 m CE90 without ground control

350M+ km2/day

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PlanetScope is right
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1. Tell us the Problem

Explain the situation to us on your terms. We’ll translate it into the world of Satellite Imagery.

2. Review Your Options

Be presented with a simple choice of the top 2-3 imagery solutions for your project.

3. Make confident decisions

Know you have the right data in hand to make the critical decisions that keep your project moving forward.

Other Satellites

WorldView-3 is the industry’s first multi-payload and super-spectral commercial satellite, providing imagery in a range of resolutions: 31cm panchromatic, 1.24m multispectral, 3.7m short-wave infrared, and 30m CAVIS. It also offers daily revisits and precision geolocation.
Orbiting at an altitude of 770 km, WorldView-2 collects up to 1 million square kilometers of high-resolution 8-band imagery every day. It also offers industry-leading geolocation accuracy and stereoscopic collection on a single pass, ensuring greater image continuity.