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GPS IIF-8 Launched Successfully from Cape Canaveral



 
 
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Old October 29th 14, 08:02 PM posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav
Sam Wormley[_2_]
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Default GPS IIF-8 Launched Successfully from Cape Canaveral

GPS IIF-8 Launched Successfully from Cape Canaveral
http://gpsworld.com/gps-iif-8-launch...ape-canaveral/


GPS IIF-8 is one of the next-generation GPS satellites, incorporating
various improvements to provide greater accuracy, increased signals,
and enhanced performance for users. With this eighth satellite now
launched, only four more Block IIF satellites remain to be placed
into orbit. Three are in storage awaiting launch, and one is in
production.


 




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