Payload refers to the specific objective of a satellite. A satellite can have multiple payloads as well. The objective of this satellite is to study a particular field on the surface of the earth or in other words, it is acquiring images of the topology. The image acquisition system consists of a camera chip and integrated lens. A panchromatic camera is employed to observe the surface of the earth from the satellite. The images obtained from the satellite are not suitable for analysis in the raw form as they contain noise. The noise can be due to several factors like the varying angle of sunlight, curvature of earth, haze; vibrations, spinning and rotations of the satellite. Thus the images obtained are to be processed before they can be used to achieve the objective. Several images sometimes need to be mosaicked, to get the complete picture of the area under observation. It is also necessary that ground stations are set up to communicate with the payload of the satellite. The images that are acquired by the camera have to be sent to the ground station to process and analyze them.