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TAG: Goddard Space Flight Center

Artist's conceptualization of Artemis astronauts using LunaNet services on the Moon. a unique approach to lunar communications and navigation. The LunaNet communications and navigation architecture will enable the precision navigation required for crewed missions to the Moon and place our astronauts closer to scientifically significant lunar sites, enhancing the our missions’ scientific output. (Image: NASA/Resse Patillo)

NASA analyzes navigation needs of Artemis Moon missions

March 29, 2021

The SCaN Testbed prior to launch to the International Space Station. (Photo: NASA)

NASA advancing GNSS capabilities for spacecraft

January 14, 2021

A graphic detailing the different areas of GNSS coverage. (Credits: NASA)

NASA explores upper limits of GNSS for Artemis mission

January 5, 2021

Artist’s concept of NASA’s Magnetospheric Multiscale mission consists of four identically equipped observatories that rely on Navigator GPS to maintain an exacting orbit that is at its highest point nearly half-way to the Moon. (Image: NASA)

NASA wants to use GPS at the Moon for Artemis missions

July 11, 2019

The four MMS spacecraft host the highest ever operational GPS receivers in space. (artist’s rendition, credit: NASA)

Receivers Reach New Heights

August 6, 2015

The red ellipses show the MMS orbit paths during the first and second phases of the mission. Each spacecraft uses GPS signals — which come from satellites situated along the green circle shown surrounding Earth — from the far side of Earth to track its position. (Credit: NASA/MMS)

NASA Goddard Team Sets High-Flying Record with Use of GPS

July 8, 2015