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SHALOM (satellite)

Spaceborne Hyperspectral Applicative Land and Ocean Mission
Mission type Earth Observation, Research
Operator ASI
ISA
Spacecraft properties
Bus ISA
Manufacturer El-Op
IAI
Selex ES
Instruments
Hyper-spectral Imaging Spectrometer
Panchromatic camera
Spectral ranges VNR/SWIR Spectrometers

SHALOM

Spaceborne Hyperspectral Applicative Land and Ocean Mission (SHALOM) is a joint mission by the Israeli Space Agency and the Italian Space Agency to develop two commercial hyperspectral satellites.[1][2] The mission was agreed upon in late 2010.[3] Development started in mid 2012 and is planned to complete sometimes in 2013.[4] No launch date has yet been set. The project is expected to cost over $200 million, with the cost being split evenly between the two countries.[5]

Mission

The joint mission is expected to build two hyperspectral Earth observation satellites that will occupy the same orbit as the older Italian satellite, COSMO-SkyMed which was launched in 2007. The satellites will be equipped with radar observations and other specialized imagery instruments targeting the visible, infrared, and ultraviolet wavelengths in the 400 nm to 2700 nm range.

The satellites are expected to be equipped with:

  • Panchromatic camera with a 2.5-m GSD
  • Commercial Hyper-spectral Imaging Spectrometer (0.2-2.5 µm)[6]
  • Infrared camera (4-12 µm)
  • Spectral ranges (contiguous spectrum):

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