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March 13, 2013
SPOT 6 Now Commercially Available

Toulouse, France, March 4, 2013—Launched in September 2012, SPOT 6 is the newest member of the SPOT family of satellites to be commercially available. SPOT 6 is an earth observation satellite offering a resolution of 1.5 meters with a wide 60km swath. Uniquely accessible, SPOT 6 features instant and tailored tasking, rapid processing and delivery, and per-AOI-ordering. Visit http://www.astrium-geo.com to learn more about the following:

GeoStore

SPOT 6 products are now available in the GeoStore. Now you can search the product catalog, set up customized alerts, and order products - all online!

Tasking

SPOT 6 offers flexible options for tasking. Both instant tasking, for urgent requests, and tailored tasking, for dedicated support from a satellite tasking expert, are available for SPOT 6.

Image Gallery

Want to see what SPOT 6 has to offer? Check out our image gallery, featuring a wide variety of SPOT 6 images.

Sample Imagery

Download a sample of SPOT 6 imagery for analysis today.

Technical Sheet

Interested in the spectral bands, orbit, and more for SPOT 6? A technical sheet is available.

Contact Us

For more information about SPOT 6, please contact our customer service team to learn more.  

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