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QuickBird

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QuickBird is the second submeter resolution commercial sensor to enter orbit, being launched in October, 2001. Prior to the release of the GeoEye sensor, QuickBird imagery was the best available option for both panchromatic and multispectral imagery. This satellite is one of the only high resolution sensors to boast an archive of seamless world coverage as well. However, as of December, 2014, the QuickBird sensor was decommissioned and no longer collects imagery.

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Resolution: 0.6m panchromatic, 2.4m multispectral
Band: Panchromatic; 4 multispectral bands (Red, Green, Blue & NIR)
Projection: UTM, Lat/Long, State Plane
Datum: NAD 27, 83, WGS 84
Format: GeoTIFF, JPEG
Dates: October 18, 2001 – January 27, 2015

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