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  • One method is to employ a navigational system (known as NAVSTAR, or Global Positioning System) now under development for nonstrategic military and civilian purposes.

    The Myth of Missile Accuracy

  • Originally known as NAVSTAR (for Navigation Satellite Timing and Ranging), GPS was invented by the military and, as a result, the devices all continue to acquire their positioning signals from a network of satellites placed in orbit by the U.S.

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  • Further, NAVSTAR satellite communications give Delta V multiple warhead MIRVs on board pinpoint accuracy to make Trident ideal for an offensive near-omnicidal first-strike capability.

    Francis A. Boyle's "Protesting Power - War, Resistance and Law"

  • (SPS) [1] on the Global Positioning System (GPS/NAVSTAR) L1 frequency of

    Boing Boing: December 29, 2002 - January 4, 2003 Archives

  • The NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS) is a constellation of 24 satellites developed, launched, and maintained by the U.S.

    Vp Announces Second Civilian Signal

  • It's a unique algorithm that's based on the time transmissions from NAVSTAR satellites.

    Clear and Present Danger

  • The bit on the NAVSTAR is supposition, but good supposition.

    Clear and Present Danger

  • The NAVSTAR satellites use atomic clocks to measure time with great precision, and the really sexy part of the system is also encrypted.

    Clear and Present Danger

  • Also, the input that adds the variable into the system probably comes from the NAVSTAR satellites.

    Clear and Present Danger

  • They should have gotten a NAVSTAR satellite fix a few hours ago, but the risk of detection was too high in an area crawling with Soviet surface craft.

    Red Storm Rising

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