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  • Sailor aboard the USS Alabama | Time and Navigation
    USS Alabama Type Photograph Image Date 1989 Image Taken USS Alabama Credit United States Navy Origin United States Navy Creator PH1 Mussi DN ST 89 08475 Related Resources Topics Satellite Navigation Innovations SINS Transit Navigation Methods Inertial Navigation Satellite 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 Lindbergh Ed Link Alfred Lee Loomis James A Lovell

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  • Innovations - Navigation at Satellite | Time and Navigation
    of Innovation Artifacts Learning Resources Multimedia Gallery Research Journal Visit the Exhibition Satellite Navigation Challenges of Satellite Navigation Navigation Gone Wrong Soviets Shoot Down an Airliner Reliable Global Navigation Inertial Navigation Charles Stark Draper Developing Inertial Navigation The First Satellite Navigation System Transit Satellites Navigating a Submarine Improving Satellite Navigation Clocks in Space Evolving Solutions Global Positioning System GPS GPS Begins The Satellite Constellation Synchronized Accurate Time Risks to the System International Systems Who Uses Satellite Navigation Military Applications Civilian Applications The Commercial Market Improving Accuracy Looking Ahead Can You Do It Do you have what it takes to navigate the skies Navigating a Submarine Innovations Ship s Inertial Navigation System SINS The components pictured here are just part of the Ship s Inertial Navigation System SINS used to steer submarines such as the USS Alabama Learn more MARDAN Computer This computer located in the Alabama s navigation center processed the data derived from the gyroscopes and accelerometers inside the SINS inertial guidance units It calculated the degree of drift from the ship s intended course and recommended corrections Learn more SINS Typewriter A modified IBM Selectric typewriter connected to a control unit provided input and output for the system computers Learn more Cesium Brassboard Frequency Standard The Naval Research Laboratory in the 1970s investigated whether atomic clocks would work in space Like John Harrison in the 18th century atomic clockmakers had to find ways to miniaturize clocks without sacrificing stability in a new environment These clocks are based on the elements rubidium and cesium Rubidium clocks are smaller and less costly but slightly less accurate than cesium clocks Learn more Transit Receiver This device received navigation signals transmitted by Transit satellites passing overhead Learn more Navigating at Sea Challenges of Sea Navigation Navigating Without a Clock The Longitude Problem

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  • How Did the USS Alabama Navigate? | Time and Navigation
    speed and ship s altitude This included MARDAN COMPUTER and Typewriter STABLE PLATFORM Including Accelerometers and Gyroscopes Type Illustration Image Date 2012 Credit National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Origin National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Creator Bruce Morser Related Resources Topics Satellite Navigation Innovations Transit Navigation Methods Satellite 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

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  • Supplies Being Dropped by a Cargo Plane | Time and Navigation
    Date 2007 Image Taken Over Afghanistan Credit U S Air Force Origin United States Air Force Creator Capt Teresa Sullivan 070612 F 4741S 222 Related Resources Topics Satellite Navigation Innovations GPS Navigation Methods Satellite 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 Lindbergh Ed Link Alfred Lee Loomis James A Lovell Jr James V Medcalf Henry

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  • NRL’s NTS-2 Team | Time and Navigation
    Laboratory Type Photograph Image Date 1964 Image Taken Naval Research Laboratory United States Credit Naval Research Laboratory Origin Naval Research Laboratory P 1442 20A Related Resources Topics Satellite Navigation Innovations Timation Navigation Methods Satellite 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 Lindbergh Ed Link Alfred Lee Loomis James A Lovell Jr James V Medcalf Henry

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  • NTS-2 Satellite | Time and Navigation
    satellite Type Illustration Image Date 2012 Credit National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Origin National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Creator Ashley Hornish Related Resources Topics Navigation Tools Satellite Navigation Innovations Timation Navigation Methods Satellite 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 Lindbergh Ed Link Alfred Lee Loomis James A Lovell Jr James

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  • WPI Precision Personnel Locator (PPL) | Time and Navigation
    to for emergency response personnel Type Artifact Image Date 2012 Credit National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Origin National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Creator Eric Long NASM2012 02146 Related Resources Topics Navigation Tools Satellite Navigation Innovations Inertial Navigation Navigation Methods Inertial 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 Lindbergh Ed Link Alfred

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  • Trimble ScoutMaster, 1997 | Time and Navigation
    2012 Credit National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Origin National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution Creator Dane A Penland NASM2012 02125 Related Resources Topics Navigation Tools Satellite Navigation Timekeeping Innovations GPS Navigation Methods Satellite 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 Lindbergh Ed Link Alfred Lee Loomis James A Lovell Jr James V

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