|Satellite||Geo Imaging Satellite 2 (GISAT 2)|
|Operator||Indian Space Research Organisation|
|Position||83 degrees East longitude|
|Payload||Multi-Spectral Visible & Near-InfraRed, Hyper-Spectral Visible & Near-InfraRed, Hyper-Spectral Short Wave-InfraRed sensors|
|Manufacturer||Indian Space Research Organisation|
|Launch Mass||2268 kg|
|Launch Date||2020 (planned)|
|Launch Site||Satish Dhawan Space Centre - Sriharikota|
The Satellite is configured around modified
I-2K bus carrying multispectral and hyperspectral payloads in different
bands with improved spatial and temporal resolution.
GISAT's main mission is
• To provide near real time imaging of large area region of interest at frequent intervals.
• For quick monitoring of natural disasters, episodic events and any short term events.
• To obtain spectral signatures for agriculture, forestry, mineralogy, disaster warning, cloud properties, snow & glaciers and oceanography.
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