Galileo, Compass, GPS Launches All Succeed

November 2012
GPS World;Nov2012, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p13
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The article reports on the launch of several satellites into space by the U.S. It relates that two Galileo In-Orbit Validation (IOV) satellites were deplyed into the orbit on October 12, 2012. It states that the L5 transmitter boarding global positioning system (GPS) Block IIF-3 satellite SVN65/PRN24 was launched on October 11, 2012. Moreover, it tells the launch of two BeiDou-2/Compass satellites on September 18, 2012.


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