This regular column by Eliza Schmidkunz is all about GNSS datapoints and factoids. It is designed to clear the palate after several courses of dense technical articles. (The loyal reader to your right, for example, has digested a number of equations and is thrilled at her visit to the Prime Meridian, definitely a GNSS Hotspot)
The slope of the ocean, an economy on warp speed, the education of New York cabbies, unearthing a piece of GPS history
Tracking human trafficking; Greenland’s meltwater; Japan on Defense; Seismic Seattle Seahawks.
1st GPS III Launch Slips to FY17, India Lofts Third IRNSS Spacecraft into Orbit, U.S. Agencies Dodge eLoran Relaunch, 8th GPS IIF Satellite Launches and Most Tariffs on GPS Equipment May Soon End
Class action against “starter interrupt GPS” devices; 1845 Franklin expedition ship found; app tracks deadly diseases; Russia can't refuse foreign parts; and China and Russia are getting together.
Adidas introduces a smart soccer ball; Another GPSII-F and two Galileo FOC ready to go; Longitude Prize Redux; Yahoo Labs algorithm identifies the most pleasant route; and China calls iPhone location function a security concern
JPL uses GPS to find Sierra Nevada water weight; Near collision of drone and regional jet prompts questions, West Antarctic ice sheet melt at "point of no return," First Galileo FOC satellites at launch site, China's GBAS tested in Tianjin
In this issue: No Love from the FAA, SVN64, Black Swans, Glonass-M #54 and India's second geosynchronous satellite
In this issue: Crowdshipping, Remailing Valentines, Rescue Robots, Point-Counterpoint and Bridging the Gap
In this issue: The End of Nautical Charts, Litigious LightSquared, GPS Fungicide, Time to Turn to Crime, and 24,000 Ideas
In this issue: Easy Riders, Collaborative Air Force, SVN 64 and Take Two for Russia
This Time: Popularizing BeiDou, Ashes and Airplanes, Freak floods for Galileo, GLONASS launch failure, Supersized earthquakes and GPS
In this issue: Late Launches, Losing the Orbit, India Joins the Club, Coca Cola No-No, and a Formal Engagement
In this issue: Timing, Tracking Headaches, Insuring Vulnerability, Backup Plans and GPS to the Rescue
In this issue: Tracking Trafficking, Bringing in the Little Guy, Problematic Posts, Lightning and Affordable Air Strikes
In this issue: Third GPS IIF, Galileo on a roll, how to get away in the UK, Scottish toilets and property lines in India.
In this issue: Highway maps, Smithsonian loo, GPS DUI, GLONASS Shell Game, Chinese Market Share, and Lampreys!
In this issue: GPS and InSar together tell more about Venice and the Sierra Nevada range, GLONASS-K testing delayed, Indian airports to install GAGAN, North Korea jams GNSS, Chinese fishing boats use Compass, SatNavs for elderly drivers
In this issue: GPS trackers at sea, location-aware music, lonely places, launch strain and QZSS
In This Issue: The leap second, icy Alaska harbors and icy European streets, a wealth of Russian satellites and a Chinese vacation paradise
In This Issue: Twin launch trends, Galileo's Getaway, The iPhone cool factor, Typhoid's PNT and the Elusive ICD
In this issue: Kitty Collars, Toxic Testers, Not THAT Soyuz, Japan's First and Spacekeeping
In this issue: Aquarius, privacy rights in Washington, SVN-63, Natalia's satellite and Rickshaw Wars in New Delhi
GNSS factoids from Humboldt-Tolyabe National Forest, Bolivia, Kourou, Xichan Launch Center, Space...the Final Frontier
Northern Hemisphere, Fernanda de Noronha Islands, Toulouse, Perth, Sendai
Los Angeles; Cambridge, England; The Camino; Dubai; Tokyo
This issue's hotspots take us to Brazil and Belgium, Afghanistan and Oberfaffenhofen.
Olathe, Kansas; Silver Spring, Maryland; Kourou; London; Brussels, Tanegashima Space Center
Portland, Oregon; Munich; Phoenix, Arizona; Washington D.C.; Xichang Launch Center; Japan
Seattle; Park City, Utah; Baikonur spaceport; Satish Dhawan space center; Tanegashiwa space center
Nassau County, New York; Slettestrand, Denmark; Trieste, Italy; Abuja, Nigeria; Kiev/Kyiv, Ukraine; NASA solar observatory
Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Iqualuit, Nunavut; Western Europe; Afghanistan; Satish, Dhawan space center; Perth
Grand Portage Reservation, Minnesota; Detroit; Evryy-Courcouronnes, France; Moscow; Baikonur spaceport; New Delhi; Mertz Glacier
Seattle; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Pennsylvania; Kourou space center; London; Russia and Middle-Earth Orbit
Mountain View, California; Boulder, Colorado; Washington D.C.; Plymouth, England; Oberfaffenhofen, Germany; India
Cape Canaveral; Portland, Maine; Washington D.C.; SE of Los Barrios, Jaén, Andalusía, Spain; Ciompino, Italy; Baikonur space center, Beijing and Brussels
Bombs Away, Boot Sensors, ICD Access, Meet Up in Russia, China Tremblors, and The iPhone Catch in Tokyo…
GPS Surveillance, Backup Blues, GNSS for Africa, Pay to Play in Russia, Indian GNSS, and a Mixed Bag for L5…
Aliens in Hawaii, the Alaskan Iditarod, Texas Hat Tricks, Chipset Champs, Munich Summit Notes, and Oops! in Space...
Sibling Rivalry at ICG, Gas Tax Wars in Oregon, What Next in Washington D.C., and The Gift of the Magi
This issue it's a bridge over the world's fifth largest river system, an endurance test for shorebirds, 9-1-1 glitches, GLONASS and Compass launches and a new tool for castaways.
Ithaca, New York; Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; Moscow; Pasadena, California; St. Petersburg, Russia
Montreal, Québec; U.S. Gulf Coast; the Moon; Worcester, UK; Mumbai; Beijing
Kingston, Ontario; New Jersey; Georgetown Guyana; King of Prussia, Pennsylvania; Noordwijk, Netherlands; Chengdu, Sichuan
Huntsville, Alabama; Washington D.C.; Medellin, Colombia; Luxembourg; Rome; St. Petersburg, Russia
Washington D.C.; the villages of England; Paris; Congo Basin; Moscow; Beijing
Chicago; Cape Canaveral; Noordwijk, Netherlands; Baikonur space center; The Sun; the Southern Ocean
Ethiopia; Iceland; Copenhagen; Moscow; Easter Island
Washington D.C.; Cape Canaveral; Moscow; Brussels; Shanghai; Sweden; Hurghada, Egypt