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Title: Future Technologies for Earth Science with Spaceborne GPS
Authors: Yunck, T. P.
Meehan, T. K.
Srinivasan, J. M.
Young, L. E.
Issue Date: Dec-1995
Citation: EOS
San Francisco, CA
Abstract: Spaceborne Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers will one day make important contributions to atmospheric, ionospheric, and solid Earth science. A number of GPS microsatellite missions are already in preparation in several countries. These missions require GPS flight receivers with capabilities well beyond the needs of most space missions. Receiver and microsatellite future technology is discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/31651
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