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Title: Recent Activities in Spaceborne GPS
Authors: Yunck, T.P.
Issue Date: Jul-1995
Citation: Bolder, CO
Abstract: After years of patient advocacy and paper studies by a diverse corps of enthusiasts, spaceborne GPS has at last become a presence in the world of flight projects. Owing to rapidly declining hardware costs, and the high value of autonomous onboard positioning, timing, and attitude determination, basic navigation receivers are coming to be seen as almost indispensable to future low earth orbiters.
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