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April 2nd, 2021
South Korean satellite uses navigation receiver from RUAG Space

On March 20, a South Korean Earth Observation satellite will be sent to space, carrying a navigation receiver from RUAG Space to determine the satellite’s position in orbit. The Earth Observation satellite is being launched by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), South Korea’s space agency. Read More at GPS World