DigitalGlobe’s earth imaging satellite, completed a successful launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, U.S.A., at 11:35 Hrs Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) on September 18th, 2007. The Delta II rocket lifted off in good weather and the WorldView-1 satellite is “currently undergoing a calibration and check-out period,” according to DigitalGlobe. The first panchromatic image data should become available before October 18th, 2007. The high-capacity, panchromatic imaging system features half-meter resolution imagery. Operating at an altitude of 496 kilometers, WorldView-1 has an average revisit time of 1.7 days and is capable of collecting up to 750,000 square kilometers (290,000 square miles) per day of half-meter imagery. The satellite is also equipped with state-of-the-art geo-location capabilities and exhibits stunning agility with rapid targeting and efficient in-track stereo collection.

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Ein Tmor city / Karbala- Iraq WV01 Resolution 0.5m - 27 June 2009

Alharthea city /Baghdad-Iraq WV02 Resolution 0.5m - 10 January 2008


the world’s newest high-resolution commercial color imaging satellite, was launched on October 8, 2009 from Vandenburg Air Force Base in California. WorldView-2 is the first high-resolution satellite with 8-Multispectral imaging bands. WorldView-2 will simultaneously collect Panchromatic imagery at 0.46m and Multispectral imagery at 1.84m. Due to U.S. Government Licensing, the imagery will be made available commercially as 0.5m imagery.

WorldView-2 is capable of collecting up to 975,000 square kilometers of imagery per day (376,000 square miles)