Imagery from Chaohu-1 SAR Satellite Unveiled

One week after the successful launch of our new Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) C-band satellite, we received the first images showing a very good quality. These images cover typical landscape areas clearly showing mountains, fields, rivers, lakes and cities. All the images have very good spatial and radiometric resolutions. We have now reached the highest…
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New SAR satellite launched, with improved capabilities

February 27th, 2022, Luxembourg/Beijing – Spacety successfully launched two new satellites into orbit: the new Chaohu-1 SAR satellite and the Thor smart satellite. These were launched from the Wenchang Satellite Launch Center and both telemetry data and antenna deployment were completed, indicating another successful space mission for Spacety. The Chaohu-1 satellite is the second commercial…
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Two new satellites launched for IOD of next-generation technologies

At 04:12 a.m. (UTC) on December 7, 2021, Spacety successfully launched two new satellites into space on board the CERES-1 Y2 rocket. They were launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center located in northwest China, and both these new satellites, BAOYUN and LIZE-1, have successfully entered into their respective orbits. BAOYUN is a 20 kg…
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Join us on 24th June SpaceConnect’21

Join us, our CEO James Zheng, and the other participants to find out and debate what the challenges and business opportunities are in Europe, the US and China.SpaceConnect’21, 2nd round table, on June 24th, organized by SpaceConBook your ticket, here: https://spacecon.io/tickets/

HiSea-1 SAR satellite assisting in disaster relief in Indonesia

Early April, Indonesia’s East Nusa Tenggara province suffered from floods and mudslides, causing heavy casualties.Spacety used its SAR satellite to image the Adonara Island area and shared the images with U.N. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. The resource is also open to all scientists and disaster relief institutions. It aims to…
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Now delivering 1-meter resolution SAR images

January 25th, 2021, Luxembourg – Spacety’s Hisea-1 satellite, the latest one launched some weeks ago, is now delivering high resolution images. This satellite is the world’s first commercial C-band Smallsat SAR remote sensing satellite. Its capability of providing high-resolution, good quality images, day or night, rain or shine, is now fully demonstrated. Hisea-1 offers the…
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Imagery from Hisea-1 SAR Satellite Unveiled

Luxembourg/Beijing, 30th December 2020 – On December 22, 2020, Hisea-1, the world’s first miniaturized C-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite with a phased-array antenna, was successfully launched into space on Long March 8 (LZ-8) rocket, from Wenchang, China. Hisea-1 is Spacety’s first satellite for a commercial SAR constellation. After a few days of satellite commissioning…
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Spacety announces a new space launch

22nd December 2020 – Spacety announces a new space launch, merely 6 weeks after the previous launch. At 5:37 a.m. today (Luxembourg time), two of Spacety’s satellites, Hisea-1 and Yuanguang, were successfully launched into space on the inaugural flight of the medium-lift Long March 8 (LZ-8) rocket, from Wenchang, China. Hisea-1 is Spacety’s first commercial…
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Successfully launched satellite carrying the world’s first iodine electric propulsion system

(Luxembourg, November 6th, 2020) – On the 6th of November at 04:20 a.m. (Luxembourg time), Spacety’s 20th satellite, BEIHANGKONGSHI-1, carrying the world’s first iodine electric propulsion system on board, was successfully launched into space on a CZ-6 Long March 6 rocket from Taiyuan, in China. BEIHANGKPNGSHI-1 is the first of the 12U satellite type developed…
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Working together with a French company

French propulsion startup ThrustMe unexpectedly made it into orbit early this month with its innovative propulsion system placed aboard a Chinese cubesat. Dianfeng, or Xiaoxiang-1 (08), a six-unit cubesat developed by privately owned Spacety, was a secondary payload on the launch of the Gaofen-7 civilian Earth observation satellite Nov. 2, along with a first satellite…
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