Chinese satellite photographed ISS

On September 8, a photograph taken by one of the Earth remote sensing satellites Jilin-1 was published in the Chinese microblogging service Weibo. It can see the International Space Station. The satellite that took the photo is in a 656-km-long solar synchronous orbit. The height of the ISS orbit is 400 km.
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The Jilin-1 satellites are part of the first Chinese commercial remote sensing system of the Earth with high spatial resolution. Currently, it includes ten spacecraft. According to the plan, by the end of 2020, the system will have to consist of 60 operational satellites.
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The length of the Jilin-1 type apparatus is 1.2 m, the width is 1.1 m, and the weight is 95 kg. A camera is installed on board that allows you to shoot a section of the earth's surface measuring 4.3 by 2.4 km with a resolution of up to 1.13 m. Quite recently, Jilin-1 has already hit the news headlines. Then the satellite filmed the test of a suborbital rocket OS-X1, built by the Chinese company OneSpace.

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