Space Imaging Has Exclusive Rights to India's Soon-to-Be-Launched CARTOSAT-1 Remote Sensing Satellite

Ongoing Marketing Agreement for Access and Imagery to IRS Satellites Includes CARTOSAT-1

DENVER, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Space Imaging announced today it will soon offer satellite ground station access and sell imagery from Indian Space Research Organization's (ISRO) newest satellite CARTOSAT-1 (P-5). Space Imaging has an exclusive sales and marketing agreement through 2010 with Antrix Corp., a division of the ISRO, which covers worldwide rights to sell imagery outside of India. The agreement covers sale of imagery and direct ground station access to the CARTOSAT-1, RESOURCESAT-1 and the Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) 1-C and 1-D satellites.

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ISRO says CARTOSAT-1 is scheduled to be launched on May 5. ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, PSLV-C6, will launch India's latest remote sensing satellite into a 618-km, polar sun-synchronous orbit. It will be launched from India's newest launch pad (Second Launch Pad) at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC).

CARTOSAT-1 has two state-of-the-art panchromatic cameras that take black- and-white stereoscopic images in the visible light spectrum at a resolution of 2.5 meters. The cameras cover a swath of about 30 km and take images of the same area during the same pass from two different angles. The stereo images can be used to create accurate elevation data of the Earth and create three- dimensional image maps. Since the cameras are steerable, CARTOSAT-1 has a revisit time over any part of the Earth every five days. CARTOSAT-1 also has an onboard storage capacity of 120 Giga Bits to store images when not in contact with a ground station.

"Both CARTOSAT-1 and RESOURCESAT-1 show the prominence the Indian commercial program has around the world," said Robert Dalal, CEO of Space Imaging. "CARTOSAT-1 will soon become a well-known resource in the global Earth-observation market, and Space Imaging and Antrix together will lead its adoption and growth.

Data from CARTOSAT-1 will be used for large-scale mapping, urban and rural development, land and water resources management, disaster assessment, relief planning and management, environmental impact assessment and various other geospatial and mapping applications. The data is also ideal for updating topographic maps.

To commemorate the launch of CARTOSAT-1, Space Imaging is releasing a new IKONOS satellite image of the Second Launch Pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre where CARTOSAT-1 will be launched. The image is available on Space Imaging's Web site at http://www.spaceimaging.com/gallery/spacepics/Sriharikota_04_29_05.jpg

About Space Imaging

Space Imaging is the premier provider of satellite imagery enabling businesses, governments and individuals to better map, measure, monitor and manage the world in which we live. Based near Denver, Colo., Space Imaging radically transformed the Earth information market when in 1999 it launched IKONOS, the world's first commercial high-resolution imaging satellite. Today, Space Imaging's products are the cornerstone of the remote-sensing industry. The company supplies the highest quality, most accurate, visual information about the planet's changing natural and cultural features. Space Imaging's customer-centric business lines include imagery from satellites, geospatial solutions for the defense and intelligence community, and direct access to its satellites for corporations and governments. It is a privately held company with partners, resellers and 14 affiliate ground stations around the world. Space Imaging is a member of the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation. For more information on products and services, please visit http://www.spaceimaging.com/.

CONTACT: Gary Napier of Space Imaging, +1-303-254-2106,
Email Contact; or Meredith Bagnulo of LeGrand Hart,
+1-303-298-8470 ext. 240, Email Contact, for Space Imaging

Web site: http://www.spaceimaging.com/


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