Beijing-3N

Very high resolution 30 cm optical satellite imagery, acquired worldwide with a revisit rate of 1 to 5 days.


Overview

Beijing-3N images are acquired by a very high resolution optical satellite every five days anywhere on the globe. See more on the marketplace.

Beijing-3N imagery of the Beijing National Olympic Stadium

Geographic coverage

The geographic coverage is global.

Geometry type

This collection accepts AOIs. You will get imagery clipped to the defined AOI.

Specifications

General

SpecificationDescription
Collection typeTasking
Product typeOptical
System typeSatellite

Data

SpecificationDescription
Spatial resolutionPanchromatic: 30 cm (very high)
Multispectral: 1.20 m (high)
Geometric and radiometric
processing level
Level 1: not projected, radiometrically and sensor corrected, with RPC
Level 2: projected, radiometrically and sensor corrected, without RPC
Bit depth per pixel8-bit
16-bit
Standard deliveryA ZIP file containing the following files:
  • Data (GeoTIFF or TIFF)
  • Metadata (XML, TXT)
  • Masks (SHP)
  • Visuals (GeoTIFF)
  • Thumbnails (JPEG, PNG)

System

SpecificationDescription
Acquisition modeMono
Stereo
Tri-stereo
Incidence angleUp to 45°
Tasking priorityStandard
High
Rush
OrbitSun-synchronous, at 610 km
Revisit rateFrom 1 to 5 days
Swath width11.5 km

Band

SpecificationDescription
Spectral band dataPanchromatic: 450–900 nm
Multispectral:
  • 450–520 nm (blue)
  • 520–590 nm (green)
  • 630–690 nm (red)
  • 770–890 nm (near-infrared)
Spectral bands combinationBundle: panchromatic and 4-band multispectral (RGB and NIR)
3-band: pansharpened true color (RGB)
3-band: pansharpened false color (RG and NIR)
4-band: pansharpened (RGB and NIR)

Geographic reference

SpecificationDescription
Georeferencing accuracy< 10 m CE90
Coordinate reference systemUTM-WGS84

Limitations

LimitationValue
AOI sizeFrom 100 km2
Cloud coverageFrom 5% to 100%
Minimum width5 km

UP42 data products

DescriptionData product IDCollection name
Custome9432e0a-2dec-4836-829d-778f54c38380beijing-3b-tasking