Research Center
for Earth Operative Monitoring



Resurs-P No.1, No.2, No.3 Spacecrafts (In Operation)

The Resurs-P series satellite data is used for natural resources study, environmental pollution and degradation monitoring, environmental pollution identification and study, and water protection and protected area monitoring and more….

METEOR-M No.1, No.2, No.2-2 Spacecrafts (In Operation)

METEOR-M No.1, No.2 and No.2-2 are designed for global observation of atmosphere and the Earth’s underlying surface enabling hydrometeorological and heliogeophysical data to be acquired on a regular and global basis.

ELEKTRO Geostationary Hydrometeorological Spacecraft (In Operation)

ELEKTRO geostationary hydrometeorological spacecraft is designed for operational imaging of cloud cover and the Earth’s underlying surface, heliogeophysical measurements, hydrometeorological and housekeeping data collection and relaying.

RESURS-DK1 Spacecraft (Removed from service)

RESURS-DK spacecraft provides operational multi-band imaging of the Earth’s surface with very high resolution..

METEOR-3M №1 Spacecraft (removed from service)

METEOR-3M1 is a multi-mission spacecraft designed for natural resources study, the environmental monitoring and hydrometeorological and heliogeophysical support.

OKEAN-O Spacecraft (removed from service)

OKEAN-O spacecraft is designed for an operational and all-weather acquisition of data on the World Ocean and land surface conditions..

OKEAN – О1 Spacecraft (removed from service)

OKEAN-O1 spacecraft is designed for all-weather acquisition of data on the World Ocean surface conditions..

MONITOR-E Spacecraft (removed from service)

MONITOR-E spacecraft is designed for acquiring operational remote sensing data to the benefit of environmental monitoring, emergency monitoring, natural resources research, cartography, and economical activity.

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