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China's advanced remote sensing satellite operating soundly
by Staff Writers
Beijing (XNA) Mar 02, 2012


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China's first high-resolution remote sensing satellite ZY-1-02C has carried out orbit tests, and images delivered from it reach international levels, China Center for Resources Satellite Data and Application said Wednesday.

The ZY-1-02C, which was launched on Dec. 22 last year, is the first customized land resources satellite for Chinese clients, the center said.

With two high-resolution color cameras and one multi-spectral camera, the satellite will provide clients with images for disaster relief services, agriculture development, environmental monitoring and other applications.

Source: Xinhua News Agency

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