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  • Research Journal | Time and Navigation
    Stories Timeline of Innovation Artifacts Learning Resources Multimedia Gallery Research Visit the Exhibition Search form Search Facebook Twitter Google Plus Pinterest YouTube Time and Navigation The untold story of getting from here to there Search form Search Navigating at Sea Navigating in the Air Navigating in Space Satellite Navigation Navigation for Everyone Timeline of Innovation Artifacts Learning Resources Multimedia Gallery Research Journal Visit the Exhibition Categories All Categories Maps and Charts 1 Navigating at Sea 1 Navigating in Space 0 Navigating in the Air 6 Satellite Navigation 1 Celestial Navigation 0 Dead Reckoning 1 Inertial Navigation 0 Radio Navigation 2 Timekeeping 0 Navigation Tools 3 Recent Comments 1 year 7 months ago Meet Sydney Wow lovely website Thnx 2 years 2 months ago Finding History on eBay This entry and the accompanying maps is particularly interesting to me as I have recently been doing research into H2X Navigating at Sea Challenges of Sea Navigation Navigating Without a Clock The Longitude Problem The U S Goes to Sea Navigate at Sea Activity Navigating in the Air Challenges of Air Navigation Early Air Navigators Navigation at War Navigate the Skies Activity Navigating in Space Challenges of Space Navigation Reaching for the Moon

    Original URL path: http://timeandnavigation.si.edu/research/category/1223 (2016-02-13)
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  • Research Journal | Time and Navigation
    navigation Museum staff will post newly researched materials and developments here Share your thoughts or ask questions of our researchers Journal posts in category Navigating in the Air February 25 2014 Twenty Years of GPS and Instrument Flight On February 16 1994 a significant milestone in American aviation occurred when the Federal Aviation Administration certified the first GPS unit for use in IFR Instrument Flight Rules operations Twenty years later GPS has become the dominant form of en route navigation as well as the primary technology for guiding aircraft in low visibility approaches to landing The unit first certified twenty years ago was the Garmin GPS 155 Today the prototype unit used in the certification trials is a featured artifact of the Time and Navigationexhibition Read More October 24 2013 Finding History on eBay One question I m often asked as a curator is do you ever find anything interesting for the museum on eBay The answer is yes This is the story of a particularly interesting find Read More September 24 2013 WAAS Meet the Expert Educational Event On September 25 the National Air and Space Museum in conjunction with the Federal Aviation Administration is celebrating ten years of service by the Wide Area Augmentation System WAAS Other than being a mouthful what is WAAS Simply put it is an enhancement to GPS signals that allows satellite navigation to be used in ways not previously possible Read More Pages 1 2 next last Categories All Categories Maps and Charts 1 Navigating at Sea 1 Navigating in Space 0 Navigating in the Air 6 Satellite Navigation 1 Celestial Navigation 0 Dead Reckoning 1 Inertial Navigation 0 Radio Navigation 2 Timekeeping 0 Navigation Tools 3 Recent Comments 1 year 7 months ago Meet Sydney Wow lovely website Thnx 2 years 2

    Original URL path: http://timeandnavigation.si.edu/research/category/1224 (2016-02-13)
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  • Research Journal | Time and Navigation
    Plus Pinterest YouTube Time and Navigation The untold story of getting from here to there Search form Search Navigating at Sea Navigating in the Air Navigating in Space Satellite Navigation Navigation for Everyone Timeline of Innovation Artifacts Learning Resources Multimedia Gallery Research Journal Visit the Exhibition Research Journal Smithsonian staff conducts research into the history and current practice of navigation Museum staff will post newly researched materials and developments here Share your thoughts or ask questions of our researchers Journal posts in category Satellite Navigation February 25 2014 Twenty Years of GPS and Instrument Flight On February 16 1994 a significant milestone in American aviation occurred when the Federal Aviation Administration certified the first GPS unit for use in IFR Instrument Flight Rules operations Twenty years later GPS has become the dominant form of en route navigation as well as the primary technology for guiding aircraft in low visibility approaches to landing The unit first certified twenty years ago was the Garmin GPS 155 Today the prototype unit used in the certification trials is a featured artifact of the Time and Navigationexhibition Read More Categories All Categories Maps and Charts 1 Navigating at Sea 1 Navigating in Space 0 Navigating in the Air 6 Satellite Navigation 1 Celestial Navigation 0 Dead Reckoning 1 Inertial Navigation 0 Radio Navigation 2 Timekeeping 0 Navigation Tools 3 Recent Comments 1 year 7 months ago Meet Sydney Wow lovely website Thnx 2 years 2 months ago Finding History on eBay This entry and the accompanying maps is particularly interesting to me as I have recently been doing research into H2X Navigating at Sea Challenges of Sea Navigation Navigating Without a Clock The Longitude Problem The U S Goes to Sea Navigate at Sea Activity Navigating in the Air Challenges of Air Navigation Early Air

    Original URL path: http://timeandnavigation.si.edu/research/category/1225 (2016-02-13)
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  • Research Journal | Time and Navigation
    Visit the Exhibition Search form Search Facebook Twitter Google Plus Pinterest YouTube Time and Navigation The untold story of getting from here to there Search form Search Navigating at Sea Navigating in the Air Navigating in Space Satellite Navigation Navigation for Everyone Timeline of Innovation Artifacts Learning Resources Multimedia Gallery Research Journal Visit the Exhibition Research Journal Smithsonian staff conducts research into the history and current practice of navigation Museum staff will post newly researched materials and developments here Share your thoughts or ask questions of our researchers Journal posts in category Dead Reckoning March 13 2013 Amelia Earhart and the Profession of Air Navigation The recent seventy fifth anniversary of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan stirred up considerable media attention particularly in light of another expedition to the South Pacific in the hopes of solving the mystery While the fate of Earhart has enthralled the public since 1937 the story of how Earhart figures into the larger history of air navigation and long distance flying is often overlooked Read More Categories All Categories Maps and Charts 1 Navigating at Sea 1 Navigating in Space 0 Navigating in the Air 6 Satellite Navigation 1 Celestial Navigation 0 Dead Reckoning 1 Inertial Navigation 0 Radio Navigation 2 Timekeeping 0 Navigation Tools 3 Recent Comments 1 year 7 months ago Meet Sydney Wow lovely website Thnx 2 years 2 months ago Finding History on eBay This entry and the accompanying maps is particularly interesting to me as I have recently been doing research into H2X Navigating at Sea Challenges of Sea Navigation Navigating Without a Clock The Longitude Problem The U S Goes to Sea Navigate at Sea Activity Navigating in the Air Challenges of Air Navigation Early Air Navigators Navigation at War Navigate the Skies Activity

    Original URL path: http://timeandnavigation.si.edu/research/category/1227 (2016-02-13)
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  • Research Journal | Time and Navigation
    Navigating in the Air Navigating in Space Satellite Navigation Navigation for Everyone Timeline of Innovation Artifacts Learning Resources Multimedia Gallery Research Journal Visit the Exhibition Research Journal Smithsonian staff conducts research into the history and current practice of navigation Museum staff will post newly researched materials and developments here Share your thoughts or ask questions of our researchers Journal posts in category Radio Navigation February 25 2014 Twenty Years of GPS and Instrument Flight On February 16 1994 a significant milestone in American aviation occurred when the Federal Aviation Administration certified the first GPS unit for use in IFR Instrument Flight Rules operations Twenty years later GPS has become the dominant form of en route navigation as well as the primary technology for guiding aircraft in low visibility approaches to landing The unit first certified twenty years ago was the Garmin GPS 155 Today the prototype unit used in the certification trials is a featured artifact of the Time and Navigationexhibition Read More October 24 2013 Finding History on eBay One question I m often asked as a curator is do you ever find anything interesting for the museum on eBay The answer is yes This is the story of a particularly interesting find Read More Categories All Categories Maps and Charts 1 Navigating at Sea 1 Navigating in Space 0 Navigating in the Air 6 Satellite Navigation 1 Celestial Navigation 0 Dead Reckoning 1 Inertial Navigation 0 Radio Navigation 2 Timekeeping 0 Navigation Tools 3 Recent Comments 1 year 7 months ago Meet Sydney Wow lovely website Thnx 2 years 2 months ago Finding History on eBay This entry and the accompanying maps is particularly interesting to me as I have recently been doing research into H2X Navigating at Sea Challenges of Sea Navigation Navigating Without a Clock The

    Original URL path: http://timeandnavigation.si.edu/research/category/1229 (2016-02-13)
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  • Research Journal | Time and Navigation
    will post newly researched materials and developments here Share your thoughts or ask questions of our researchers Journal posts in category Navigation Tools February 25 2014 Twenty Years of GPS and Instrument Flight On February 16 1994 a significant milestone in American aviation occurred when the Federal Aviation Administration certified the first GPS unit for use in IFR Instrument Flight Rules operations Twenty years later GPS has become the dominant form of en route navigation as well as the primary technology for guiding aircraft in low visibility approaches to landing The unit first certified twenty years ago was the Garmin GPS 155 Today the prototype unit used in the certification trials is a featured artifact of the Time and Navigationexhibition Read More October 24 2013 Finding History on eBay One question I m often asked as a curator is do you ever find anything interesting for the museum on eBay The answer is yes This is the story of a particularly interesting find Read More March 13 2013 Amelia Earhart and the Profession of Air Navigation The recent seventy fifth anniversary of the disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan stirred up considerable media attention particularly in light of another expedition to the South Pacific in the hopes of solving the mystery While the fate of Earhart has enthralled the public since 1937 the story of how Earhart figures into the larger history of air navigation and long distance flying is often overlooked Read More Categories All Categories Maps and Charts 1 Navigating at Sea 1 Navigating in Space 0 Navigating in the Air 6 Satellite Navigation 1 Celestial Navigation 0 Dead Reckoning 1 Inertial Navigation 0 Radio Navigation 2 Timekeeping 0 Navigation Tools 3 Recent Comments 1 year 7 months ago Meet Sydney Wow lovely website Thnx

    Original URL path: http://timeandnavigation.si.edu/research/category/1231 (2016-02-13)
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  • U.S. Naval Observatory Quartz Clock | Time and Navigation
    Image Date 2012 Learn more about the U S Naval Observatory Quartz Clock Credit National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution Origin National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution Creator Jaclyn Nash JN2013 1409 Related Resources Topics Navigating in the Air Timekeeping Innovations Quartz Clock Navigation Methods Radio Navigation Keyword Search Search by MEDIA Any Animation Artifact Document Film Illustration Map Newsreel Photograph Search by TOPIC Any Maps and Charts Navigating at Sea Navigating in Space Navigating in the Air Navigation for Everyone Navigation Tools Satellite Navigation Significant Voyages Timekeeping Innovations Any 621B A 12 Sextant Aerial Sextant Air Position Indicator Aircraft Astrocompass Astrodome Astrograph Astroinertial Navigation System Atomic Clock Bubble Sextant Celestial Computer Celestial Navigation Trainer Celestial Table Charts Chronometer Compass Dead Reckoning Computer Drift Indicator Drift Meter Drift Sight E 6B Float Light GEE Giovilabio GOES GPS Lindbergh Hour Angle Watch Line of Position Longitude LORAN Maps Mechanical Mike Mechanical solutions Navigational Radar Octant Pendulum Clock Periscopic Sextant Plotting Pre Comp Navigation Quartz Clock Quartz Oscillator Quartz Resonator Radio Compass Radio Range Radio Time Signals Radius of Action book Satellite Sea Chronometer Sea Clock SECOR Sextant SINS Star Altitude Curves Tables Timation Transit VOR Windscreen ZB 1 Radio Homing Adapter Navigation Methods Any Celestial Navigation Dead Reckoning Inertial Navigation Radio Navigation Satellite Navigation Navigators Inventors Any Bert Acosta John Arnold Lloyd Bertaud Ferdinand Berthoud Charles Blair William Cranch Bond Nathaniel Bowditch Emory B Bronte L C Bygrave Richard Byrd Jorge de Castilho François Coli Douglas Corrigan Dieudonné Costes Eleanor Creesy Harry H Crosby Philip Dalton William Davis Jr Charles Stark Draper Amelia Earhart Thomas Earnshaw Lincoln Ellsworth Galileo Galilei Harold Gatty Art Goebel George Haldeman Leslie Hamilton John Harrison Albert F Hegenberger Christiaan Huygens Amy Johnson Lisette Kapri Vilas Knope Curtis LeMay Charles Levine Anne Morrow Lindbergh Charles

    Original URL path: http://timeandnavigation.si.edu/multimedia-asset/us-naval-observatory-quartz-clock (2016-02-13)
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  • How LORAN Works | Time and Navigation
    overview of the operational theory behind LORAN Caption Length 2 Minutes 1 Second Type Film Image Date 1947 edited 2012 Credit National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Origin U S Coast Guard Related Resources Topics Navigating in the Air Navigation Tools Navigators Inventors Alfred Lee Loomis Innovations LORAN Navigation Methods Radio Navigation Keyword Search Search by MEDIA Any Animation Artifact Document Film Illustration Map Newsreel Photograph Search by TOPIC Any Maps and Charts Navigating at Sea Navigating in Space Navigating in the Air Navigation for Everyone Navigation Tools Satellite Navigation Significant Voyages Timekeeping Innovations Any 621B A 12 Sextant Aerial Sextant Air Position Indicator Aircraft Astrocompass Astrodome Astrograph Astroinertial Navigation System Atomic Clock Bubble Sextant Celestial Computer Celestial Navigation Trainer Celestial Table Charts Chronometer Compass Dead Reckoning Computer Drift Indicator Drift Meter Drift Sight E 6B Float Light GEE Giovilabio GOES GPS Lindbergh Hour Angle Watch Line of Position Longitude LORAN Maps Mechanical Mike Mechanical solutions Navigational Radar Octant Pendulum Clock Periscopic Sextant Plotting Pre Comp Navigation Quartz Clock Quartz Oscillator Quartz Resonator Radio Compass Radio Range Radio Time Signals Radius of Action book Satellite Sea Chronometer Sea Clock SECOR Sextant SINS Star Altitude Curves Tables Timation Transit VOR Windscreen ZB 1 Radio Homing Adapter Navigation Methods Any Celestial Navigation Dead Reckoning Inertial Navigation Radio Navigation Satellite Navigation Navigators Inventors Any Bert Acosta John Arnold Lloyd Bertaud Ferdinand Berthoud Charles Blair William Cranch Bond Nathaniel Bowditch Emory B Bronte L C Bygrave Richard Byrd Jorge de Castilho François Coli Douglas Corrigan Dieudonné Costes Eleanor Creesy Harry H Crosby Philip Dalton William Davis Jr Charles Stark Draper Amelia Earhart Thomas Earnshaw Lincoln Ellsworth Galileo Galilei Harold Gatty Art Goebel George Haldeman Leslie Hamilton John Harrison Albert F Hegenberger Christiaan Huygens Amy Johnson Lisette Kapri Vilas Knope Curtis LeMay Charles Levine

    Original URL path: http://timeandnavigation.si.edu/multimedia-asset/how-loran-works (2016-02-13)
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