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ISS ship-tracker operating alongside Norway’s AISSat-1

Submit on Thursday, August 26th, 2010 22:57

Nearing the end of its third month of continuous operation, the International Space Station’s ship-tracking experiment has experienced a marked increase in data quality. Now it operates along with a dedicated satellite carrying the same receiver.
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