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GNSS satellites travelling in time lapse over 17 hours

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Published on Mar 1, 2012

This video shows a time-lapse of GPS and GLONASS satellites travelling over Hamburg, Germany from about 2012-02-29 190000 to 2012-03-01 130000.

The software used is Septentrio's RxControl 4.6.0 on linux, showing both reception strength of
GPS: L1-C/A (green) L1-P(Y) (blue) L2-P(Y) (red) L2C (yellow)

GLONASS L1-C/A (green) L2-C/A (red)

frequencies as well as the local horizon (the pink line) being built.

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