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One of Spire's Satellite Manufacturing Technicians (Tomasz Chanusiak) tests the Radio Frequency capabilities of a LEMUR2 nanosatellite in Spire's cleanroom in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo: ESA)

ESA’s Pioneer mission sends GNSS-RO nanosatellites into orbit

December 3, 2018

Backer Islands GPS station: The small mushroom-shaped GPS antenna is supported by the nearby equipment with solar panels. (Photo: David Saddler via Colorado State University)

GPS reveals Antarctic bedrock rising

November 26, 2018

Photo: Petr Kratochvil

Respect the facts: March for Science

March 14, 2017

GNSS-R Data collections. The measured reflection tracks are shown in yellow over the Globe. A sequence of Delay Doppler Maps from one track is shown below — the spread of each is related to the sea surface roughness and surface wind speed.

New GNSS weather datasets available from TechDemoSat-1

November 29, 2016

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The International Space Station. (Photo: ESA)

ESA Aims to Map Sea Surfaces with GNSS Radio Occultation

May 8, 2015

Image: GPS World

Down in the Flood with GPS

March 31, 2015

Image: GPS World

Report Looks at Feeding Growing Global Population with Precision Farming, IoT

February 9, 2015

Image: GPS World

GPS Reflections Group Honored with Water Prize

November 12, 2014