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March 2, 2006
Russia Labors to Bring Latest GLONASS Satellites On Line

The Russian Space Forces are continuing efforts to bring the final two GLONASS spacecraft launched December 25 into operation. One of the trio…

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March 2, 2006
Japan’s GPS Augmentation Systems Gets MTSAT-2

Japan launched its second Multi-Functional Transport Satellite (MTSAT-2) on February 18, opening a new phase of precision air navigation and air traffic control…

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January 2, 2006
Russia Launches GLONASS Trio

Russia gave a Christmas gift to the GNSS world with its launch of three GLONASS satellites, including two modernized GLONASS-M spacecraft, on December…

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January 2, 2006
New EC DG-TREN Director-General

Matthias Ruete has been named as director-general of the European Commission’s Directorate- General for Energy and Transport (EC DG-TREN), which has overall responsibility…

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January 2, 2006
GPS L2C is on the air

Civil GPS users now have a second full signal available to them — albeit on only one satellite and “at the user’s own…

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January 2, 2006
First Galileo Satellite Begins Broadcasts

European Space Agency (ESA) and Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.(SSTL) operators have completed the on-orbit preparations and activated the navigation payload for GIOVE-A, the…

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