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The best combination of spatial resolution and time resolution when you need a time-series of images to monitor your area of interest.

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The TripleSat Constellation is a system of three identical Earth Observation satellites flying in the same sun-synchronous orbital plane. Their electro-orbital imaging system can produce panchromatic imagery at a resolution of 0.8 meters, and multispectral imagery at 3.2 meters. With an orbital period of around 90 minutes and an approximate 24 km wide swath, the system offers a daily acquisition capacity of 500,000 km2. New imagery is transferred within 5 days of acquisition, whereas archived imagery is available from 2015 to the present.

TripleSat Constellation data can be used to identify and analyze nearly 100 different land cover features, from man-made structures and surfaces to agriculture fields, bodies of water, bare land and rock, forests, and more.

A time series of images can be used to detect or monitor change in areas and features of interest for applications like insurance, environmental regulation, and Business Intelligence. It is an ideal solution for tasks like surveillance and analysis for agriculture monitoring, precision farming, natural disasters, forest management, ocean, and water monitoring, and land cover classification – just to name a few.

Some general information of TripleSat imagery:

Spectral bands

Blue: 475 nm
Green: 548 nm 
Red: 634 nm
NIR: 834 nm
PAN: 550 nm
Radiometric resolution8 or 16 bit
Cloud cover
0-15% default, other options available upon request
Available servicesArchive or Tasking


TripleSat Archive

You can request panchromatic imagery (PAN) and multispectral imagery (MS) for any area in the world excluding China (minimum order for tasking service is 25 km²) with a revisit rate of 45 to 90 days over the same area.

TripleSat Tasking

With a standard tasking window of 45 days (under good weather conditions) to 90 days (for bad weather conditions), you can request panchromatic imagery (PAN) and multispectral imagery (MS), over anywhere in the world, excluding China (the minimum order is 100  km²).

The imagery comes in two processing levels:


Processing level

Radiometrically and sensor correctedL1 + projected to a plane using the map projection and datum of the customer's choice
PackagesBundle (PAN + 4 MS bands)
Pansharpened bundle (PAN + 4 MS bands)
Pansharpened stereo bundle (PAN + 4 MS bands)
Spatial resolution
0.8m PAN
3.2m MS
0.5m PAN
2.0m MS
Geometric precision
<50m excl. terrain effects
<20m excl. terrain effects
Data format

Please note that the service is available for customers living in one of the following countries:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Croatia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Cyprus, United Kingdom.


Key features

Access to very high-resolution imagery at up to 0.8m.

4 most common spectral bands are available (blue, green, red, near-infrared).

Daily targeting capability depending on the location.

Cloud-free image selection for efficient download.

Imagery archive since 2015.

Acquisition capacity of half a million km2 per day.

Key applications


Assessment of crop damage

Crop condition analysis and stress detection

Forecast production yield


Vegetation monitoring in complex ecosystems

Burned and flooded forest mapping/monitoring

Forest tree species mapping


Shallow waters water quality

Coastline monitoring

Shallow waters seafloor mapping


The maximum off-pointing angle of TripleSat is 45°. At 35° latitude, with three satellites in a constellation, it is capable of targeting anywhere on the Earth once per day. 

An indication of the revisit time over an AOI is illustrated in the table below:



8 days
3 days
2 days
8 days
3 days
2 days
8 days
3 days
2 days
7 days
3 days
2 days
7 days
2 days
2 daysDaily
6 days
2 days
4 days
2 days
3 days
2 days


No; new Tasking locations and predicted timelines are firstly subject to feasibility study results.

The minimum order size for:

  • Tasking is 100 km², with a minimum length of each side of the polygon of 5 km.

  • Archive is 25 km².

When your order is ready, you will be informed about the download links via e-mail. Data will remain on 21AT servers for 14 days after notification. After that, the data will be removed.

In case more than one AOI is required, please contact us for a custom order tailored to your needs.

The EULA of TripleSat is under the authority of 21AT Asia and can be found here.

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Specifications for TripleSat

General Info
Service Provider​ 21AT
Thematic Information Multispectral Satellite Imagery
Service Option​s Archive; Tasking
Access Mode​ File transfer
Pricing Options Pre-paid
Pricing​ Per km²; min. order 100 km²/AOI
Free Trial On demand
Delivery Time​ Up to 5 business days
Compatible products Standalone; SaaS
Geodata Specs
Mission TripleSat
Sensor & Data Products HR MSI
Data Processing Level L1A; L2A
Data Format​ TIFF (L1); GeoTIFF (L2)
Spectral Bands R; G; B; NIR; PAN
Spatial Resolution​ 0.8m
Spatial Coverage Global (except China)
Temporal Coverage Since 2015
Temporal Resolution 20 days (priority); 45 days (standard)
Accuracy <50 m (Nadir) RMSE