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Ordnance Survey Apr 14
For the first time in Great Britain since the 1660s, magnetic north has moved from being to the west of grid north to the east. See the areas currently affected:
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KrASIA Apr 16
Chinese system Beidou will achieve global coverage by 2020 and creates a $290 billion market. What does it mean for the US-led GPS system? Read more:
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Royal Institute of Navigation 11h
Amazing timelapse of the Suez Canal Credit: capt_denmark
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Royal Institute of Navigation 12h
When HMS Victory sank, she took with her an early prototype of the gyroscope, crucial to modern technology.
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Borderlands Outdoor 7h
Spring has sprung but we're already planning for summer! Join our 4 day Hill Safe Course in the Black Mountains for , , weather, kit selection and more all in one residential course. Take a look at for more info
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Royal Institute of Navigation 4h
Amazing photograph of Great Britain taken from the International Space Station in February earlier this year. 📸 Nasa/PA wire
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Project YouInHerit Apr 17
The awarded classes of the Contest “Traditional Boating in Veneto” are taking advantage of their prizes consisting of tourist experiences related to the project’s themes.
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Find Your Adventure Ltd Apr 17
When you really want to work with but they really swiftly and politely respond letting you know their coverage doesn't include the region you're looking for, but the 'other lot' don't even respond to an enquiry. That!
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Royal Institute of Navigation Apr 17
The Voyageurs Wolf Project has been tracking wolf packs in Northern Minnesota since 2015 and the team uses GPS collars to track the movements of different packs. Credit: Voyageurs Wolf Project
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Natalie Davey Apr 17
What do drones and GPS owe to a 1744 shipwreck? ‘Sailors worked out a ship's position by using a quadrant to take an angle from the sun to the horizon, but you could not always see the horizon, because of haze or mist.’ ...
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what3words 8h
's helps its users communicate with machines in a more natural way. To improve the in-car experience, it has integrated what3words, meaning users can simply say 3 words instead of manually entering a long address.
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Royal Institute of Navigation 9h
The caused problems in a government wireless system in New York City, grounded Australian weather balloons and triggered a limited number of flight delays or cancellations in Europe and China.
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Ridecell 7h
solutions like automated maps and perception-based technologies can help navigate the millions of miles of rural U.S. roads that are unmarked, unlit, or unpaved.
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Iain Lennon 15h
In an attempt to avoid monster hill on run today, ran out into country. Found just as big hills only this time on wet ground
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Paul Apr 9
I can hear the concentration on the Day Skipper Theory exam tonight!
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SFB 1372 9h
Thanks to all members for this awesome kick-off meeting!
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Erika Weckström Apr 17
where could I find a realiable map of southern UK with info of private roads?
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LittlePaperChain Apr 17
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Royal Institute of Navigation 6h
Rolls-Royce Griffon Spitfire 🇬🇧 Credit: Credit - Wonkabar007
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NAVIGATOR 11h
NAVIGATION 🧭🧭🧭 40 years of Navi on the Mic🎤 @_Halle02 - feat: + MORE🔥🔥 •info&tkts👉🏽 🧭
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