Google's GeoEye-1 Satellite

GeoEye Inc successfully launched its new GeoEye-1 satellite, which will provide Google Earth users and others the highest-resolution commercial color satellite imagery on the market.
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Google Earth gets a new space eye

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About the GeoEye-1 Satellite

The GeoEye-1 Satellite sensor was developed by GeoEye and features the most sophisticated technology ever used in a commercial remote sensing system.
GeoEye-1 is capable of acquiring image data at 0.41 meter panchromatic (B&W) and 1.65 meter multispectral resolution. It also features a revisit time of less than three days, as well as the ability to locate an object within just three meters of its physical location.
This newly developed sensor is optimized for large projects, as it can collect over 350,000 square kilometers of pan-sharpened multispectral satellite imagery every day.
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GeoEye-1 Satellite Images

GeoEye-1 Satellite Image of Kutztown University
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Launch of the GeoEye-1 satellite aboard a Delta II Rocket

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Breaking: Satellite for Google Earth Blasts off in Californi

An unedited animation provided by GeoEye of the satellite and the means by which it scans images of earth.
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