NOAA: What is GPS

In the past and for centuries, sailors used the constellations, sun, and moon to navigate to distant shores. Today,  all that’s needed is a device called a GPS receiver. GPS stands for Global Positioning System, and it lets us know where we are and where we are going anywhere on Earth.

NASA gets new satellites to monitor climate, oceans and coasts

NASA exercised options according to the Rapid Spacecraft Acquisition III contract for two Joint Polar Satellite System. JPSS satellites will collect global, multi-spectral radiometry and other specialized meteorological, oceanographic data through remote sensing of land, sea and atmospheric properties.


Should BWM training be a mandatory requirement?

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