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“An industry-government report released last week urged more focus on short-term benefits of air-traffic control modernization before advocating sweeping changes that would effectively replace ground-based radar networks with onboard satellite-based systems.”
“When it is up and running, by the 2020s, it will be 10s of times more sensitive than any existing ground-based telescope.”
“The scientists used ground-based telescopes as well as the Hubble Space Telescope and Texas supercomputers, observing stars near the black holes and measuring the stellar velocities to uncover these vast, invisible regions.”
“Earlier this year, the FCC said the company could use them for a national ground-based wireless network.”
“But these icy Solar System bodies are billions of miles away, so all we can do is use data gathered from ground-based telescopes or spacecraft, such as Galileo, Cassini or New Horizons, which is currently on its way to Pluto.”
“Vogt and Butler used ground-based telescopes to track the star's precise movements over 11 years and watch for wobbles that indicate planets are circling it.”
“The view from orbit has a deep effect on our perceptions -- it shifts us from a place of limited ground-based perception to a place of extended perception.”
“His current work involves a ground-based LiDAR instrument called ECHIDNA, after the spiky Australian egg-laying mammal.”
“Both the BBC's World News and Persian TV channels are now being jammed by "ground-based interference" in what one senior corporation insider told MediaGuardian. co.uk was akin to "electronic warfare".”
“In September, Air Force Network AFNET went live, demonstrating to the nation an automated air command control system for air defense operations controlled by ground-based and airborne sensors.”
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