Sensor Geographic Characteristics

Satellites Sensor Swath Width Pointable Revisit Coverage
ADEOS-1 AVNIR-1 80 yes 41/2 global
ALOS AVNIR-2 70 yes 46/2 global
CBERS-1, 2, 2B CCD 113 yes 26/3 global
CBERS-1, 2 IRMSS 120 no 26 global
EO-1 ALI 37 no 16 global
EO-1 Hyperion 7.5 no 16 global
IMS-1 MX-T 151 no 22 global
IRS-1A, 1B LISS-I 148 no 24 global
IRS-1A, 1B LISS-II 74 no 24 global
IRS-1C, 1D, P2 LISS-IIIA 141 no 24 global
IRS-P6 LISS-IIIB 141 no 24 global
IRS-P6 AWiFS 740 no 5 global
JERS-1 OPS 75 no 44 global
Landsat 1, 2, 4, 5 MSS 185 no 18 global
Landsat 3 MSS-B 185 no 18 global
Landsat 4, 5 TM 185 no 16 global
Landsat 7 ETM+ 185 no 16 global
SAC-C HRTC 90 yes 16 Argentina
SPOT-1, 2, 3 HRV 80 yes 26/2.4 global
SPOT-4 HRVIR 60 yes 26/2.4 global
SPOT-5 HRG 60 yes 26/2.4 global
Terra ASTER 60 yes 48/5 global
THEOS MS 90 yes 26/2 global

Notes: Swath Width is in kilometers, for VNIR bands or (if none) then SWIR, panchromatic or hyperspectral. Pointable refers to whether the sensor is capable of off-track pointing. Revisit refers to the repeat frequency of the sensor over a given location. If pointable, the first number represents global repeat, and the second represents local repeat capability. Coverage refers to the ground area that the sensor is capable of acquiring. Global coverage may or may not include areas of the Arctic or Antarctic.