RAW VIDEO: Two New Satellites Launched for European GPS System
October 12, 2012
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A third Soyuz rocket is set to launch from the Guyanese Space center, carrying two new Galileo satellites which are to join their two namesakes in orbit as part of validating Europe's version of the American GPS navigation system.
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