Safety at sea

July 1997
Middle East;Jul/Aug97, Issue 269, p31
Gives information on the satellite-based navigation system that was given to Arabian Gulf which is on exhibition at the Intertanko Exhibition in Athens by the Middle East Navigation Aids Service (MENAS). What are the features of the satellite; How much does the satellite cost; Information on the design.


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