Daytime: A daytime image resembles a picture snapped from your phone, only it’s captured 500 kilometers-high in space.
Nighttime (Coming Soon): Some of our sensors can take nighttime images. Nighttime scenes are illuminated by the capture of artificial light on the ground.
Video: Our satellites can produce 60-second video clips of your AOI (Area of Interest) by keeping their lenses open as they fly over your target location. Due to the nature of video collection, Areas of Interest must be exactly 100 square kilometers.
Multispectral: Multispectral sensors capture data that’s invisible to the naked eye. While this data won’t appear in your picture, it’s accessible as a data set and can be used for a variety of analyses. In addition to our standard digital image, you can download files for each spectral band. Our current multispectral offering has 20 bands. Find more information about those here. This is for our advanced users only.
Stereo (Coming soon): With stereo images, our satellites capture the same target from two different angles. To the naked eye, the end product looks like a standard daytime image, but experts can use it to create 3D models.
SAR (Coming Soon): Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) sensors create images using the reflection of radio waves, giving them the ability to capture images at night and through bad weather conditions such as clouds.