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Title: GPS Data Analysis for Earth Orientation at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Authors: Zumberge, J.
Webb, F.
Lindqwister, U.
Lichten, S.
Jefferson, D.
Ibanez-Meier, R.
Heflin, M.
Freedman, A.
Blewitt, G.
Issue Date: 1994
Abstract: Beginning June 1992 and continuing indefinitely as part of our contribution to FLINN (Fiducial Laboratories for an International Natural Science Network), DOSE (NASA's Dynamics of the Solid Earth Program), and the IGS (International GPS Geodynamics Service), analysts at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have routinely been reducing data from a globally-distributed network of Rogue Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/32449
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