Chinese Earth science satellite transmits images to home

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The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of the Yangtze River Delta. China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)

The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of the Yellow River estuary. China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)

The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of Aksu Prefecture in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (northwest China). China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)

The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of Paris in France. China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)

The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of Lake Ulan Ul in Qinghai province (northwest China). China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)

The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of Aksu Prefecture in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (northwest China). China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)

The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of Shanghai, in eastern China. China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)

The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of Beijing, the capital of China. China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)

The image captured by the SDGSAT-1 satellite shows a view of Namtso Lake in the Tibet Autonomous Region (southwest China). China’s recently launched Earth Sciences satellite returned its first remote sensing images, according to its developer, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). Using thermal, low-light, multispectral infrared imagery, the satellite captured images of several cities and regions, including Beijing, Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, Namtso Lake in Tibet, the Prefecture of ‘Aksu in Xinjiang and Paris in France. The SDGSAT-1 satellite is the world’s first space science satellite dedicated to serving the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The satellite was launched into space on November 5. (Chinese Academy of Sciences / Document via Xinhua)





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