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Next GPS III satellite now ready for everyday use

Next GPS III satellite now ready for everyday use
The second GPS III satellite, a new, more powerful navigation satellite, is officially healthy and available for use by the military, the Space Force announced March 24.

Many of its more advanced features, however, won’t be available until a full suite of GPS III satellites is on orbit, its next-generation ground segment is operational and war fighters have terminals that are built to access those features.

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