Tags (8) : GLONASS
On April 14th, 2014 at 21:00 UTC, eight GLONASS satellites (02, 08, 10, 12, 16, 19, 23, 24) become unusable for 30 minutes. This happens just two weeks after the constellation experienced a full outage for 11 hours (read here), demonstrating the limited reliability of the Russian constellation as...
All satellites in the Russian GNSS constellation GLONASS broadcast corrupt data for 11 hours on April 1st, from 1am until noon Russian time (UTC+4). This rendered the system completely unusable for millions of receivers in Russia and all over the world. The outage was due to false ephemeris upload...
Russian software development house Luxoft has announced last week to have completed the development of the navigation and information platform for ERA-GLONASS, the Russian national system of emergency response, the equivalent of e-Call. ERA-GLONASS is run by Non-Commercial Partnership GLONASS (NP...
Russia will launch a Proton carrier rocket with three additional satellites complementing its Glonass global positioning system on July 2, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said. The constellation currently comprises 24 operational satellites that provide its global coverage. There are...
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