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The experimental and technological small spacecraft Aist-2D was developed jointly by engineers of the Rocket Space Center “Progress” (RSC Progress) and Samara State Aerospace University (SSAU). The device is designed to perform the tasks of monitoring the earth's surface, as well as for scientific research.

Osaka, Japan, 7 March 2018, Aist-2D satellite ©RSC Progress
Casablanca, Morocco, 10 December 2017, Aist-2D satellite ©RSC Progress
Mountains in Iran, 14 August 2018, Aist-2D satellite ©RSC Progress
Samara Oblast, Russia, 15 May 2018, Aist-2D satellite ©RSC Progress
Samara Oblast, Russia, 26 July 2018, Aist-2D satellite ©RSC Progress
Tolyatti hydroelectric power station, Samara oblast, Russia, 26 July 2018, Aist-2D satellite ©RSC Progress

The satellite payload includes the “Aurora” optoelectronic equipment, the infrared optoelectronic system and the “BiRLK” experimental radar (SAR) of P-band (jointly developed by the RSC Progress and the Volga State University of Telecommunications and Informatics) and scientific equipment developed by specialists SSAU.


Spacecraft design and mission details

Name

Aist-2D

Country

Russia

Developer

RSC Progress and Samara State Aerospace University (SSAU)

Operator

RSC Progress

Launch vehicle

Soyuz-2.1a/Volga

Launch date

28 April 2016

Launch site

Vostochny Cosmodrome

Date of deactivation

-

Orbit: Type
Altitude, km
Inclination, deg.

Sun-synchronous
490
97,3

Mission duration, years

3

Image transmission, Mbit/s

150

Mass, kg

531



Specifications

Scanning mode

Panchromatic

Multispectral

Infrared

Spatial resolution (at nadir), m

1,48

4,4

122,5

Swath width, km

39,7

39,7

47


Applications:

  • creating and updating topographic maps and plans of 1: 50 000 scale;
  • solving a wide range of tasks in cartography;
  • monitoring of agriculture, forestry and fisheries;
  • production of crop forecasts and productivity maps;
  • monitoring of emergency situations, hydrology;
  • detection of contaminated areas, fires, etc.
  • conducting research in various fields.

For cost calculation of the Aist-2D imagery for your area of interest, send technical description of your proposal to: innoter@innoter.com. For consultations contact by the phone: +7 495 245-04-24

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