IMS 1 [ISRO]
IMS-1 (Indian Mini Satellite-1), previously referred to as TWSat (Third World Satellite), is a small earth observing satellite developed by ISRO.
Weighing 83 kg at lift-off, IMS-1 incorporates many new technologies and has miniaturised subsystems. IMS-1 carries two optical payloads – a Multispectral camera (Mx Payload) and a Hyperspectral camera (HySI Payload). Both Mx and HySI payloads operate in the visible and near infrared regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The resolution of Mx camera is 37 meter with a swath of 151 km while that of HySI is about 506 meter with a swath of 129.5 km. The data from this mission will be made available to developing countries.
|Type / Application:||Earth observation|
|Power:||2 deployable solar arrays, batteries|
|Orbit:||630 km × 630 km, 97.9°|
|IMS 1||2008-021D||28.04.2008||Sr SLP||PSLV-CA||with Cartosat 2A, CanX 6, CanX 2, AAUSAT 2, Cute 1.7 + APD II, COMPASS 1, Delfi C3, SEEDS 2, Rubin 8-AIS|