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Satellite Imagery of the Vatican City (Holy See)

From March 2024 onwards, GeoWGS84 offers a diverse selection of satellite imagery options for Holy See

With the advancements in technology in remote sensing, there are now multiple satellite imagery options with different resolutions, accuracies, spectral bands, and dates available for the Vatican City (Holy See).

Maxar Technologies is a well-known choice for satellite imagery in the Vatican City, offering highly detailed imagery through their WorldView satellites. This imagery, with a resolution of up to 30 cm, is widely utilized in various fields such as defense, agriculture, and urban planning.

Sample high-resolution satellite imagery over the Vatican City, captured by the Maxar's satellite.

 Satellite Imagery of the Vatican City (Holy See)
Satellite Imagery of the Vatican City (Holy See)

Another popular option for satellite imagery in the Vatican City is provided by 21st Century Aerospace Technologies. This Singapore-based company specializes in advanced remote sensing imagery products and services. One of their notable offerings is the Triplesat Constellation, which consists of three high-resolution satellites. These satellites are in the same sun-synchronous orbit, with a time difference of 33 minutes between each one.

Twenty-First Century Aerospace Technology Co., Ltd (21AT) also operates another significant project called BJ-3. This project includes a pair of optical Earth observation satellites. BJ-3A was launched on June 11, 2021, while BJ-3B was launched on August 24, 2022. Like the other options mentioned, these satellites can capture images with a resolution as high as 30 cm.

Additional choices include KOMPSAT-3 and KOMPSAT-3A, which are operated by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute. These satellites offer high-quality images of the Vatican City, with a resolution of up to 38 centimeters. Satellogic's Aleph-1 satellite constellation has also developed a unique method to enhance the resolution of their images. By utilizing their exclusive processing techniques, they can improve the resolution of satellite images over the Vatican City to 70 cm. This advancement in resolution allows Satellogic to offer a product that maintains the original radiometric values while better meeting the diverse project needs of customers in the Vatican City.

If you are looking for medium or low-resolution imagery for the Holy See (Vatican City), TerraColor NextGen 15 Meter Satellite Imagery is available for web-based maps, weather maps, defense applications, and digital media. It covers the entire globe and can be customized. Provides stunning true-color views of Earth. It can be paired with high-resolution imagery and regularly updated with new Landsat 8/9 imagery.

GeoWGS84 is an authorized distributor for a range of different companies.

Maxar Technologies Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84

21st Century Aerospace Technologies Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84

Satellogic Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84

TerraColor NextGen Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84

KOMPSAT Satellite Imagery | Data by GeoWGS84

If you require high-quality satellite images of the Holy See (Vatican City) or specific cities, feel free to get in touch with us. Our company offers exclusive rates for the following cities in the Holy See (Vatican City).

Vatican City
Vatican City
Vatican City

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