Next Galileo Launch Hangs On Atomic Clock Investigation

Credit: Galileo spacecraft: OHBSystem
LYON, France—The next launch of Galileo satellites, now penciled in for the end of 2017, is contingent on the findings of the ongoing investigation into anomalies seen in atomic clocks aboard two Galileo spacecraft now in orbit. Last week, Jean-Yves Le Gall, president of French space agency CNES...

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