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Guangmu 1 (SDGSAT 1)

Guangmu 1 (SDGSAT 1) [CAS]

Guangmu 1 or SDGSAT 1 (Sustainable Development Science Satellite 1), also known as Guangmu Earth Science Satellite, CASEarth, wide-field earth science satellite developed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

The satellite has three imaging payloads: a thermal infrared, a low light level and a multispectral imager, with 300 km wide data acquisition capability. It can achieve global coverage within 11 days.

Guangmu 1 was launched in November 2021 on a CZ-6 rocket.

Nation: China
Type / Application: Earth observation
Contractors: CAS
Power: Deployable solar array, batteries
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
Guangmu 1 (SDGSAT 1, Guangmu Earth Science Satellite, CASEarth) 2021-100A 05.11.2021 TY LC-16 CZ-6

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