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Navigational Uses for Global Positioning Systems, or GPS

A student talks with a pilot in an airplane hangar

Product Type: Video Learning Clip
Audience: Educators, Students
Grade Levels: K-8
Year: 2005

In this video segment, a NASA pilot explains how he uses GPS for navigation while flying. He explains that pilots can rely on other navigation tools if their GPS does not work. He also explains that oil companies, farmers and police use GPS.

Navigational Uses for Global Positioning Systems, or GPS
Duration: 2 minutes 12 seconds
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All About Solar Flares
What Are Geomagnetic Storms?

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