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Title: Satellite Constellations for Atmospheric Sounding with GPS: A Revolution in Atmospheric and Ionospheric Research
Authors: Yunck, T.P.
McCleese, D.J.
Melbourne, W.G.
Thornton, C.L.
Issue Date: Oct-1995
Citation: Chicago, IL
Abstract: Spaceborne Global Positioning System (GPS) atmospheric science is blossoming. Proposed missions require high performance GPS flight receivers with capabilities beyond most space needs. With GPS technology maturing, and lower cost spaceborne receivers, GPS usage is expanding rapidly for space flight projects. Several of these are discussed, such as atmospheric occultation, ionospheric imaging, etc.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/31638
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