|Mission type||Remote sensing|
|Mission duration||7 years|
|Launch mass||~310 kilograms (680 lb)|
|Dimensions||1,200 by 1,200 millimetres (47 in × 47 in)|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||June 19, 2014, 19:11UTC|
|Launch site||Dombarovsky 370/13|
|Perigee||597 kilometres (371 mi)|
|Apogee||617 kilometres (383 mi)|
|Epoch||27 June 2014|
|Wavelengths||Pan: 420-720 nm |
MS1: 420-510 nm (Blue)
MS2: 510-580 nm (Green)
MS3: 600-720 nm (Red)
MS4: 760-890 nm (Near Infrared)
|Resolution||0.75 metres (2 ft 6 in) (Pan)|
5 metres (16 ft) (MS)
The Earth observation system was developed by Elecnor Deimos, who managed the engineering, ground segment, integration, tests, launch contract and LEOP, in collaboration with Satrec Initiative, who provided the platform and the payload. The platform is based on DubaiSat-2 launched in 2013, with a larger battery pack intended to last for at least 7 years. The satellite was purchased by Urthecast in 2015, together with Deimos-1 and Deimos Imaging, the division of Elecnor Deimos that was in charge of the operation of both satellites.
Deimos-2 is currently property of Deimos Imaging, who operates it and commercialises its data.
- McDowell, Jonathan. "SATCAT". Jonathan's Space Pages. Retrieved 3 May 2018.
- "DEIMOS-2". spacedata.copernicus.eu.
- (Admin), Roger Longhorn. "GSDI - Home" (PDF). www.gsdi.org.
- "Urthecast Buying Deimos' Imaging Division and its 2 Satellites". 23 June 2015.
- Oriondata Internacional – reseller of Deimos-1, Deimos-2 in Chile and others countries in Latin America
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