Russian GLONASS GPS receiver

Russian GLONASS GPS receiver

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Caption: Russian GLONASS GPS receiver. Russia's Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) achieved global coverage in 1991, but fell into disrepair after the collapse of the Soviet Union. As of 2010, upgrades and new satellites have achieved coverage over the whole of Russia once more. This receiver was photographed in March 2008, aboard an aircraft travelling to Russia's Novolazarevskaya research station in the Antarctic.

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