Airbus Defence and Space recently released new images taken by its state-of-the-art Pléiades Neo satellites. The Pléiades Neo 3 satellite was able to capture these stunning images of popular landmarks in Doha, Qatar at 30cm native resolution. Check them out below!
According to Airbus Defence and Space's website, "Pléiades Neo is its most advanced optical constellation, with four identical 30cm resolution satellites with ultimate reactivity. Entirely funded, manufactured, owned and operated by Airbus, Pléiades Neo is a breakthrough in the Earth Observation domain."
"The Pléiades Neo constellation will be comprised of four identical and very agile satellites, offering reactive tasking and intraday revisit of any point on Earth. Entirely funded, designed, manufactured, owned and operated by Airbus, each satellite will add half a million km² per day at 30cm native resolution."
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Pléiades Neo🛰️ captures landmark architecture in the Qatari🇶🇦 capital of Doha, the country’s fastest growing city.— Airbus Space (@AirbusSpace) June 15, 2021
Download the #SatelliteImagery here👇https://t.co/o5akVroghR#PléiadesNeo pic.twitter.com/kdtZTALlDB
Source: Airbus Defence and Space
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