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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.

Aleph-1 Constellation


17

Our constellation currently consists of 17 commercial NewSat satellites in sun-synchronous low Earth orbit (LEO)

60

Weekly world remaps by 2023 with a constellation of 60 satellites

300+

Daily world remaps by 2025 with a complete constellation of 300+ satellites

Constellation Roadmap

202020212022202320242025+
Commercial Satellites in Orbit131737111208300
Satellite Characteristics
(GSD Resolution)
0.99m
at 470 km
0.77 – 0.64m
at 600 km – at 500 km
0.40m
at 440 km
0.30m
at 330 km
Daily Revisits of Any Point of Interest348224060
Product LaunchesDedicated Satellite Constellation Data PlatformWeekly World RemapsDaily World Remaps

Our constellation capacity allows us to:

Deliver up to four daily revisits of any point of interest

Remap any country or region in its entirety every month

Collect over 4 million km2 of high-resolution data every day

Our Missions

April 26, 2013
CubeBug-1, Capitán Beto
Prototype
November 21, 2013
CubeBug-2, Manolito
Prototype
June 19, 2014
BugSat-1, Tita
Prototype
May 30, 2016
NewSat-1, Fresco
NewSat-2, Batata
June 15, 2017
NewSat-3, Milanesat
February 2, 2018
NewSat-4, Ada
NewSat-5, Maryam
January 15, 2020
NewSat-7, Sophie
NewSat-8, Marie
September 2, 2020
NewSat-6, Hypatia
November 6, 2020
NewSat-9, Alice
NewSat-10, Caroline
NewSat-11, Cora
NewSat-12, Dorothy
NewSat-13, Emmy
NewSat-14, Hedy
NewSat-15, Katherine
NewSat-16, Lise
Newsat-17, Mary
NewSat-18, Vera
June 30, 2021
NewSat-19, Rosalind NewStat-20, Grace
NewStat-21, Sofya
NewStat-22, Elisa

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, we have 17 satellites in orbit honoring: 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, and Sofya Kovalevskaya. May their legacies continue to inspire new innovations and collaborations across STEM here on Earth from space.

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