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Satellogic Aleph-1 LEO satellite constellation

Position:LEO
Manufacturer:Satellogic
Operator:Satellogic
Launch operators:Arianespace
 CGWIC
 SpaceX
Launch vehicles:Falcon 9
 Vega
Launch date:
Expected lifetime:10 Years

The Satellogic Aleph-1 LEO satellite constellation is operated by space company Satellogic from Argentina. The company builds and operates the first scalable, fully automated high-resolution Earth Observation satellite constellation in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). The platform, Aleph-1, consists of 300 spacecrafts and will have the ability to remap the entire planet at both high-frequency and high-resolution, providing accessible and affordable solutions for customers.

Like Planet and BlackSky LEO satellite operators, Satellogic is targeting patented satellite imaging applications in fields such as disaster response, oil and gas prospecting, infrastructure monitoring, forestry and agricultural crop assessment.

The Satellogic Aleph-1 LEO satellite constellation can cover an area of more than 1.5 million square miles, or 4 million square kilometers, per day with high-resolution imagery.

The company was established in 2010 and is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina and has a satellite assembly facility in Montevideo, Uruguay, a R&D facility in Córdoba, Argentina, a data technology center in Barcelona, Spain, a product development center in Tel Aviv, Israel and business development centers in Miami, USA and Beijing in China.

Satellite Mission Launch Date Launcher Launch Operator
CubeBug-1 (Capitán Beto)    Apr 26th 2012 Dnepr ISC Kosmotras
CubeBug-2 (Manolito)   Nov 21st, 2013  Dnepr ISC Kosmotras
BugSat-1 (Tita)   June 19th, 2014 Dnepr ISC Kosmotras
ÑuSat-1 (Fresco)                      May 30th, 2016  Long March 4B CGWIC China
ÑuSat-2 (Batata)   May 30th, 2016  Long March 4B CGWIC China
ÑuSat-3 (Milanesat)   June 15th, 2017  Long March 4B CGWIC China
ÑuSat-4 (Ada Lovelace)   Feb 2nd, 2018 Long March 2D CGWIC China
ÑuSat-5 (Maryam Mirzakhani)   Feb 2nd, 2018 Long March 2D CGWIC China
ÑuSat-7 (Sophie Germain)   Jan 15th, 2020 Long March 2D CGWIC China
ÑuSat-8 (Marie Curie)    Jan 15th, 2020 Long March 2D CGWIC China
ÑuSat-6 (Hypatia) VV16 Sept 3rd, 2020 Vega Arianespace
ÑuSat-9 (Alice Ball)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-10 (Caroline Herschel)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-11 (Cora Ratto)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-12 (Dorothy Vaughan)    Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-13 (Emmy Noether)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-14 (Hedy Lamarr)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-15 (Katherine Johnson)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-16 (Lise Meitner)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-17 (Mary Jackson)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-18 (Vera Rubin)   Nov 6th, 2020 Long March 6 CGWIC China
ÑuSat-19 (Rosalind Franklin) Transporter-2 June 30th, 2021 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA
ÑuSat-20 (Grace Hopper)  Transporter-2 June 30th, 2021 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA
ÑuSat-21 (Elisa Bachofen) Transporter-2 June 30th, 2021 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA
ÑuSat-22 (Sofya Kovalevskaya) Transporter-2 June 30th, 2021 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA
ÑuSat-23 (Annie Maunder) Transporter-4 April 1st, 2022 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA
ÑuSat-24 (Kalpana Chawla) Transporter-4 April 1st, 2022 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA
ÑuSat-25 (Mária Telkes) Transporter-4 April 1st, 2022 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA
ÑuSat-26 (Mary Somerville) Transporter-4 April 1st, 2022 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA
ÑuSat-27 (Sally Ride) Transporter-4 April 1st, 2022 Falcon 9 SpaceX USA

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