The RADARSAT constellation is a pair of Canadian Remote Sensing satellites. The constellation consists of:
RADARSAT International (RSI) was formed in 1989 by a consortium to market, process, and distribute data worldwide from Canada's RADARSAT-1 Earth-observation satellite.
RSI provides Earth-observation data and derived information products from commercially-available Earth-observation satellites, such as RADARSAT-1, LANDSAT, LANDSAT 5, LANDSAT 7, IKONOS, IRS, ERS, QuickBird, and ENVISAT.
In 1999, MacDonald Dettwiler completed a buy out of the other RSI shareholders. Today, RSI is a wholly owned subsidiary of MDA, under the name of MDA Geospatial Services Inc. (MDA GSI).
MDA GSI Hold the operating license for RADARSAT-2 satellite, an MDA Satellite built in partnership with the Canadian Government.
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