SPOT 7 (Satellite pour l'Observation de la Terre) is a commercial Earth-imaging satellite and was renamed 'Azersky'. It was launched in 2014 and remains operational. The final satellites in the SPOT series, SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 are identical satellites and assure data continuity through to 2024.
|Orbit Height||694 km|
|Local equator crossing time||10:00 AM at descending node|
|Orbit Duration||98.79 minutes|
|Repeat Cycle||26 days|
|Revisit capability||1 day with SPOT 6 and SPOT 7 operating simultaneously
Between 1 and 3 days with only one satellite