Full Name Resource Satellite-1
aka IRS-P6
Status Mission complete
Mission Agencies ISRO Launch Date 17 Oct 2003
Mission Links mission site EOL Date 07 Dec 2013
EO Portal Info NORAD Catalog # 28051 (TLE)
International Designator 2003-046A
Orbit Type Sun-synchronous Orbit Period 102 minutes
Orbit Sense Descending Orbit Inclination 98.72 deg
Orbit Altitude 817 km Orbit Longitude
Orbit LST 10:30 Repeat Cycle 26 days
Objectives and Applications Natural resources management, agricultural applications, forestry, etc.
Mission Measurements
LandAlbedo and reflectance AWiFS, LISS-III (Resourcesat), LISS-IV
Landscape topography AWiFS, LISS-III (Resourcesat), LISS-IV
Vegetation AWiFS, LISS-III (Resourcesat), LISS-IV
Multi-purpose imagery (land) AWiFS, LISS-III (Resourcesat), LISS-IV
Snow & IceSnow cover, edge and depth AWiFS, LISS-III (Resourcesat), LISS-IV
Sea ice cover, edge and thickness AWiFS
Mission Instruments
AWiFS - Advanced Wide Field Sensor
LISS-III (Resourcesat) - Linear Imaging Self Scanner - III (Resourcesat)
LISS-IV - Linear Imaging Self Scanner - IV
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ResourceSat-1 Full Archive

ResourceSat-1, also known as IRS-P6, was an EO mission in the Indian Remote Sensing Satellite (IRS) series of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). ResourceSat-1 was the continuation of the IRS-1C/1D missions with considerably enhanced capabilities. The overall objective of the mission was to provide continued remote-sensing data services on an operational basis for integrated land and water resources management. ESA offers access to worldwide ResourceSat-1 archived data via the TPM scheme. Read more

IMAGE2006 European Coverage

Two cloud-free coverages of Europe are available, resampled to 20 m spatial resolution in national projection and 25 m in European projection for orthorectified data. Data have been sourced from SPOT-4 HRVIR (20 m original spatial resolution), SPOT-5 HRG (10 m original spatial resolution) and Resourcesat-1 (IRS-P6) LISS III (with 23 m original spatial resolution), each with four spectral bands. The swath width is about 60 km for the SPOT satellites and 140 km for the IRS-P6 satellite. Access is provided through the ESA TPM scheme. Read more

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