The European Space Agency’s (ESA) recent order for more positioning, navigation and timing satellites includes potential renewal spacecraft, as the Galileo constellation seems to be gradually moving from the construction phase to the normal service life of an aerospace program, along with the usual teething issues. Galileo-enabled devices are mushrooming. But the ESA is striving to reassure European Union bodies that reliability issues with onboard atomic clocks are under control. The ...

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