A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: David C
Date: 2021 Mar 18, 21:33 -0700
David P wrote
America has a GPS problem” sounds a bit selfish to me. How about “The World has a GNSS problem, but we’re working on it
My immediate reaction on reading the article was that it was very US-centric. I could not find any reference to GNSS. I thought about commenting but decided not to. On reading your comment I have decided to agree with you.
Here are two thoughts - . I am sure that e-loran boxes can be produced that fit in aircraft and ships. But is it technically possible to fit the receiver in a smart phone? If not then perhaps us oldies will have to run courses in paper map reading!
Will Elan Musk's 40,000 low orbit sattellites mask the GNSS signals?
Probaly off-topic for this forum but does international law give Musk the right to pollute the skies or is outer space a free for all?