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TAG: low Earth orbit

Mega-constellations of hundreds or even thousands of low-orbiting satellites offer a means of acquiring continuous coverage for telecommunications services or Earth observation. (Image: ESA)

ESA plans for low-orbiting navigation satellites

October 31, 2022

Xona Engineer Nick Manglaviti setting up hardware-in-the-loop testing at Xona’s R&D lab in San Mateo, California. (Photo: Xona Space Systems)

Lockheed Martin invests in Xona’s commercial navigation constellation

August 9, 2022

Data shows how successful baseline validation testing of Spirent's inertial simulation model as compared to real world inertial system performance. Photo: Spirent Federal Systems

New approaches improve PNT resilience

July 11, 2022

Xona’s first demonstration mission successfully completed testing at Experior Laboratories and prepares for launch on a Falcon 9 in May. (Photo: Xona)

Xona’s private GNSS satellite passes pre-launch testing

May 10, 2022

Image: Xona Space Systems

Xona Space readies for launch of commercial PNT satellite

September 22, 2021

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Space debris endangers GPS

May 25, 2021

Photo: JLT

Jackson Labs offers miniature STL LEO receiver

February 17, 2021

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New GNSS aboard LEO satellites in development

February 12, 2021