The technology to track stars is being used to help track asteroids and comets, as well as spacecraft and spacecrafts landing on the planet, which could help scientists and spaceflight enthusiasts with navigation.
The technology has been used to track asteroids as well.
The first asteroid tracked by GPS was called Asteroid 2.7-T and was discovered in 1999, which was also the first known asteroid to orbit the sun.
The satellite is now about a million kilometres (620 miles) from the planet.GPS technology has also been used by the US National Science Foundation to track spacecraft and satellites that have landed on the ground.
The spacecraft and the landing site have to be identified by GPS coordinates.
The tracking is carried out in real-time, so the satellite has time to change course and avoid collisions with other spacecraft.NASA says the technology is used to detect asteroids, which is why the space agency is investing millions of dollars to research the technology.
A prototype of the GPS receiver was unveiled at a science festival in November.NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity used the technology in the past to track the landing of a comet.
The rover, however, stopped using it in November 2018.NASA has also used the device to track Mars rovers and astronauts.
The agency’s Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft has been using the device since 2008 to help get a better look at the planet’s terrain.
The lander has been successfully orbiting Mars since December 2019.NASA and the European Space Agency are working on the next generation of the technology, which NASA says will allow satellites to be tracked by the GPS device in real time.
The GPS technology has already been used in the tracking of asteroids and other spacecrafts that have been landing on Earth.
NASA’s Galileo spacecraft has sent signals from Earth to a satellite orbiting the moon and the Chinese Huanghua-2 space telescope has sent its signals to a GPS satellite orbiting Earth.NASA is working on a GPS tracker for Mars to help it locate future missions to the red planet.
The project is being led by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and is led by John Callas, who is an associate professor of aerospace engineering at Stanford University.
NASA has also partnered with the University of Arizona to develop the device.