Ikonos 1 [Lockheed Martin]
The LM900 spacecraft is a versatile, three-axis stabilized bus that is designed to carry remote sensing payloads in LEO orbits. It provides precision pointing on an ultra-stable, highly-agile platform. Payloads for a variety of scientific and remote sensing applications can be accommodated including laser sensors, imagers, radar sensors, electro-optical sensors, astronomical sensors, as well as planetary sensors. The LM900 spacecraft design is based on the Ikonos 1-meter resolution imaging bus that has been operational since September, 1999. Hardware heritage is also from the Iridium program which has more than 70 spacecraft in orbit.
|LM-900 (LMx small)|
|WorldView 4 (WV 4) (ex GeoEye 2)||11.11.2016||Atlas-5(401)||2600|
|LM-1200 (LMx large)|
Source: Lockheed LM900 Data Sheet