SATLANTIS’ Optical Camera Is Already on the International Space Station (Naiz)

SATLANTIS’ Optical Camera Is Already on the International Space Station

SATLANTIS‘ optical camera has arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) after five days of travel. In a few days it will be manually placed by ISS astronauts on the Japanese Kibo module.

“It was a complete success and an international milestone, as it is the first time that a camera of this size reaches submetric resolution in space,” said Juan Tomás Hernani, CEO of UF Innovate | The Hub resident client SATLANTIS, a provider of high-performance payload technologies for Earth observation and remote sensing.

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