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Russian Space Agency unveils countries, where it builds GLONASS stations

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Russian Space Agency unveils countries, where it builds GLONASS stations

Roscosmos, a Russian Federal Space Agency, intends to build dozens of GLONASS earth terminals for signal correction in more than 30 countries, including Antarctic, according to the company’s deputy director general, Sergey Savaliev.

As Mr. Savaliev said in an interview with RIA Novosti on the sidelines of 2017 LAAD exhibition in Brazil, the federal targeted program for the support, development and exploitation of GLONASS, the Russian space-based satellite navigation system providing an alternative to GPS, implies, in particular, the establishment of the system’s stations in Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia, China, India, Vietnam, Cuba, Spain, Argentine, Ecuador, Venezuela, Mexico, Indonesia, Sweden.

At present, among the GLONASS stations based abroad, there are four stations in Brazil, three in Antarctic and one in the South African Republic.

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