Galileo To Go Live This Week

Credit: Europe's 13th and 14th Galileo satellites being encapsulated inside their launcher fairing ahead of their May 24 launch by Soyuz: ESA-CNES-Arianespace
LYON, France—Europe’s Galileo global positioning, navigation and timing satellite constellation is to begin providing services to users on Dec. 15, 17 years after the European Commission (EC) approved the project. The EC will issue a “declaration of initial services,” meaning the highly accurate...

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