Low Earth Orbit: The best vantage point to monitor the Earth
For the first time, there is a constellation that unlocks the many benefits of high-resolution Earth Observation data at vastly superior unit economics—allowing Satellogic to pass on cost savings to customers.
Our constellation currently consists of 38 NewSat satellites in sun-synchronous low Earth orbit (LEO)
Weekly world remaps with a constellation of 60 satellites
Daily world remaps with a complete constellation of 200+ satellites
Our constellation capacity allows us to:
Deliver up to 7 daily revisits of points of interest
Monitor assets and interests across the world with global coverage
Deliver 70cm high-resolution Earth Observation data with low latency
NewSat-25, Mária Telkes
NewSat-26, Mary Somerville
NewSat-27, Sally Ride
NewSat-29, Edith Clarke
NewSat-30, Margherita Hack
NewSat-31, Ruby Payne-Scott
NewSat-34, Amelia Earhart
NewSat-35, Williamina Fleming
NewSat-37, Joan Clarke
NewSat-38, Maria Gaetana Agnesi
NewSat-39, Tikvah Alper
NewSat-41, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin
NewSat-42, Maria Wonenburger
NewSat-43, Rose Dieng-Kuntz
Celebrating Women in STEM
In 2018, we began what would become a celebrated tradition of naming our satellites after remarkable women in STEM. Our constellation commemorates these brilliant pioneers who made significant contributions and discoveries that impacted and inspired millions of lives around the world.
Currently, our satellites in orbit honor: Sophie Germain, Marie Curie, Hypatia, Alice Ball, Caroline Herschel, Cora Ratto, Dorothy Vaughan, Emmy Noether, Hedy Lamarr, Katherine Johnson, Lise Meitner, Mary Jackson, Vera Rubin, Rosalind Franklin, Grace Hopper, Elisa Bachofen, Sofya Kovalevskaya, Annie Maunder, Kalpana Chawla, Mária Telkes, Mary Somerville, Sally Ride, Alice Lee, Edith Clarke, Margherita Hack, Amelia Earhart, Williamina Fleming, Annie Jump Cannon, Joan Clarke, Maria Gaetana Agnesi, Tikvah Alper, Carolyn Shoemaker, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, Maria Wonenburger and Rose Dieng-Kuntz. May their legacies continue to inspire new innovations and collaborations across STEM here on Earth from space.
Why Are We Naming Our Satellites after Women in STEM?
By naming our satellites after them, we honor women who made significant scientific contributions despite facing obstacles and biases.
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