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Space & Earth

A temporary GNSS monitoring site in the Kīlauea caldera was part of the rapid response to the December 2020 Halema‘uma‘u eruption. The site will be upgraded into a continuously operating reference station with state-of-the-art instrumentation and a hardened antenna mast. (Photo: USGS/A.P Ellis)

USGS upgrading Hawaiian geodetic network to monitor volcanoes

August 26, 2022

Image: Inmarsat

Report: ‘What on Earth Is the Value of Space?’

July 6, 2022

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Magnetic Navigation 2022 – Freedom from GNSS? 

June 9, 2022

Image: Xona Space Systems

Hexagon | NovAtel joins Xona on assured PNT LEO constellation

June 4, 2022

HawkEye 360 Cluster 5. (Photo: HawkEye 360)

HawkEye 360 adds satellites to geolocation constellation

June 4, 2022

Gilles Denis shows the AsteRx-SB receiver and the PolaNt-x MF antenna that are accompanying the explorers for the entire journey, so that data can be collected at various locations along the way. The receiver is powered by solar panels. (Photo: Nanok Expedition)

Septentrio rides for climate data on Nanok Arctic expedition

May 27, 2022

This graphic represents measurements uploaded via the CAMALIOT app by thousands of volunteers. (Image: ESA)

Amateurs with smartphones help monitor GNSS signals in space

May 20, 2022

Artist's impression of the CACI/York Space DemoSat scheduled to launch in January 2023. (Credit: CACI)

CACI to demonstrate time-based navigation to support GPS

May 17, 2022