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Scientists have conducted the first test of an Ars Technica cosmic ray radio navigation system

Scientists have conducted the first test of an Ars Technica cosmic ray radio navigation system
Zoom in / Cosmic rays falling into the Earth’s atmosphere form the basis for a new radio navigation system, an alternative to the Global Positioning System (GPS).

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