GPS Related Videos
GPS Related Videos
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GPS III - Focused on the future
(All subtitles and music)
GPS III: US Air Force Partnership with SpaceX
Col. Steve Whitney, director of the Space and Missile Systems Center's Global Positioning Systems Directorate provides a preview of the upcoming launch of the "First of Firsts" with the latest series of satellites: GPS III SV-01. Also affectionately known as "Vespucci," in honor of Italian navigator Amerigo Vespucci, for whom the American continents are named, this GPS III satellite is scheduled for its mid-December debut, lifting off aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 launch vehicle from Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.
Just as important is the teamwork and partnerships across the entire space enterprise, from SMC's Launch Enterprise Directorate to satellite manufacturer Lockheed Martin and launch provider SpaceX.
#SpaceStartsHere #GPSIIISV01 #FALCON9 #SMC #LAAFB #AFSPC #USAF
GPS03: Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and GPS III
GPS III: Setting the Plans for the Future of GPS
Why the US Military made GPS free to use
GPS III - The Next Generation of GPS
To replace and improve the current GPS satellites, Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Air Force are developing the next generation satellite system, known as GPS III. The new satellites will deliver improved accuracy, better signal strength, a new civil signal that will work with international global navigation satellite systems and much more. Learn more about the project at www.lockheedmartin.com/gps
Galileo -- Europe leads the way... in 3D! 3:55
What is Galileo
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How does the ISS work?
SpaceX's Water Landing Reveals Rocket "Secrets" (or, What We Learned from CRS-16)
Published on Dec 8, 2018
Now that the CRS-16 capsule has berthed at the space station with a load of Christmas presents and other essential supplies it's time to look at what we've discovered in the last few days, and clear up a few misconceptions.
In particular I want to thank John Kraus for taking some great photos of the event - which is pretty much exactly what he does -check out his work and support it here: