Deimos-1

Deimos-1 is part of a group of satellites collectively known as the Disaster Monitoring Constellation (DMC).

Deimos-1

Deimos-2

Deimos-2 is the second satellite of the Deimos Earth Observation system, following Deimos-1.

Deimos-2

The Deimos series consists of Deimos-1 and Deimos-2 mission. They are Earth imaging satellites. Deimos-2, a high resolution satellite, became the first European fully-private satellite capable of providing sub-metric multi-spectral imagery.

About Deimos

The Earth imaging satellites Deimos-1 and Deimos-2 are fully owned and operated by Deimos Imaging, an UrtheCast company.

Deimos-1 was launched in July 2009 and remains operational. The mission is fully dedicated to Earth Observation and captures images all around the world. The Deimos-1 system provides capabilities well above and beyond the design goals.

Deimos-2 was launched in June 2014 and remains operational. The mission is the second satellite of the Deimos Earth Observation system, following Deimos-1, and provides mid-resolution, very-wide-swath imagery.

The Deimos series is part of ESA's Third Party Missions Programme.

Deimos Objectives

The objective of the privately funded Deimos series is to provide very-high-resolution data, carry out commercially-focused operational imaging missions, supporting rapid-response, and large-area mapping for a range of applications.

Deimos Missions

Deimos-1 acquired image
The Earth-imaging microsatellite Deimos-1 is part of a group of satellites collectively known as the Disaster Monitoring Constellation, developed to carry out commercially-focused operational imaging missions.
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Deimos-2 acquired image
The Earth-imaging microsatellite Deimos-2 is the second satellite of the Deimos Earth Observation system, following Deimos-1.

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