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Flora Hiperspectral

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Flora Hiperspectral

The (Flora Hiperspectral) satellite, scheduled to launch in 2016, is a Brazilian / USA earth observation satellite. It will produce hyperspectral surface images of comparable resolution to Landsat satellites.[1]


High spectral resolution camera (200 bands between 400 and 2500 nm along a 150 km swath. Spatial resolution is 30 meters, with 14 bits quantization.

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