Pixxel's first satellite was earlier scheduled to be launched in late 2020 on a Soyuz rocket. It later entered in an agreement with India's state owned NSIL to use a PSLV rocket for launching it in early 2021. Its launch on board the PSLV-C51 was delayed in February 2021 due to technical issues.
Pixxel announced that it will provide the highest resolution commercially available hyper-spectral images. It raised $2.3 million more in March 2021 from Techstars, Omnivore VC and others. This is in addition to the $5 million it raised in August 2020 from Lightspeed Ventures and others.
The company claims that its constellation is designed to provide global coverage at a revisit of every 24 hours
Launches are separated by dots ( • ), payloads by commas ( , ), multiple names for the same satellite by slashes ( / ). Cubesats are smaller. Crewed flights are bolded. Launch failures are marked with the † sign. Payloads deployed from other spacecraft are (enclosed in brackets).