Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) P2 was launched in 1994. This satellite carries one imaging sensor: Linear Imaging Self Scanner (LISS) 2. This satellite has a polar, circular, sun-synchronous 817-km orbit ... with a 24-day repeat cycle. Like the IRS-1A and -1B platforms, IRS-P2 has two identical LISS 2, but with a resolution of 32 m across-track and 37 m along-track. The total swath width on the IRS-P2 is 131 km.