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SLATS is the first test satellite of JAXA to demonstrate operations at " super low orbit"below 400 km altitude, almost never used for long-life remote sensing. Lower altitudes will bring benefits for Earth observation such as higher resolution optical imaging and higher Signal/ Noise ratio of Synthetic Aperture Radar. Small and High Resolution Optical Sensor (SHIROP)is a panchromatic camera to achieve under 1 meter resolution from super low altitudes.Pointing accuracy and image quality,whichdoi:10.4287/jsprs.56.248 fatcat:dkzn4qlrdbbf5hbv5ajlgwh73a