GeoEye-1 Will Be A High-Res Eye In The Sky The GeoEye-1 satellite will be capable of making out details on Earth just 16 inches across. It will be the highest resolution satellite run by a private company; it's images will be marketed to a range of governments and private customers.
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GeoEye-1 Will Be A High-Res Eye In The Sky

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GeoEye-1 Will Be A High-Res Eye In The Sky

GeoEye-1 Will Be A High-Res Eye In The Sky

GeoEye-1 Will Be A High-Res Eye In The Sky

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The GeoEye-1 satellite will be capable of making out details on Earth just 16 inches across. It will be the highest resolution satellite run by a private company; it's images will be marketed to a range of governments and private customers.

Mark Brender, vice president of marketing and communications for GeoEye, talks about the upcoming launch.