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NASADestinationTomorrow - DT11 - GPS (2003)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing how pilots, drivers, hikers, seismologists, and the military use Global Positioning Systems (GPS).

Genre: Educational
Keywords: How It Works; Johnny Alonso; GPS; Global Positioning System; Dr. Kevin Dutton;
Duration: 00:03:35
Popularity (downloads): 1857
 
NASAConnect - WYGTYA - GPS (2004)
NASA Connect Segment using a road rally to test how well the hosts can navigate using GPS receivers. The video explains how GPS works and its everyday uses.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Global Positioning Satellite; Navigation; Satellite; GPS Receiver;
Duration: 00:02:50
Popularity (downloads): 1539
 
NASASciFiles - GPS (2002)
NASA Sci Files segment explaining the Global Positions System and how it monitors and measures crustal movement.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Earthquake; Global Positioning System; Stations; Satellites; Crustal Movement; Earth; Blind Fault; Computer Simulation; Slip Rate; Prediction; Displacement;
Duration: 00:02:08
Popularity (downloads): 2342
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - DT10 - Climate Change (2003)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment explaining how NASA will use satellites engineered to analyze and predict trends in climate change and global warming.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: On The Runway; Global Warming; Greenhouse Gases; Climate Models; Stephanie Nevin; Satellite; Calipso; Cloudsat; Dr. Lamont Poole; A-Train;
Duration: 00:03:40
Popularity (downloads): 1901
 
NASASciFiles - How Pilots Use GPS (2005)
Second segment of NASA Sci Files The Case of the Technical Knockout explaining how pilots use GPS and the other uses for GPS.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA SciFiles; Maps; Pilots; GPS; Global Positioning System; The Case of the Technical Knockout;
Duration: 00:02:10
Popularity (downloads): 1163
 
NASASciFiles - How Does GPS Work (2005)
Fourth segment of NASA Sci Files The Case of the Technical Knockout explaining how GPS receivers work with satellites to determine an exact location. This segment explains the concept of...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA SciFiles; GPS; Global Positioning System; Satellites; Trilateration; The Case of the Technical Knockout;
Duration: 00:04:26
Popularity (downloads): 2673
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - Episode 11 (2003)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing how NASA atmospheric scientists contributed to the conservation of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Tech Watch; Tonya St. Romain; Declaration Of Independence; Constitution; Bill Of Rights; Dr. Joel Levine; How It Works; Johnny Alonso; GPS; Global Positioning System; Dr. Kevin Dutton; On The Runway; Reusable Launch Vehicle; RLV; Space Shuttle; Stephanie
Duration: 00:28:33
Popularity (downloads): 1845
 
Big Bounce, The
The story of the Echo communications satellite project, and how scientists learned to bounce a radio signal off a big balloon.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Communication: Telephone;Space: Satellites;Communication: Satellite;
Duration: 00:00:00
Popularity (downloads): 265
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - Episode 10 (2003)
NASA Destination Tomorrow Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing how air traffic controllers use technologies such as RADAR to keep order in the skies....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: How It Works; Johnny Alonso; Air Traffic Control; Gary Lohr; RADAR; Behind The Scenes; Aurora Borealis; Northern Lights; Jennifer Pulley; Magnetosphere; Satellite; Dr. Sten Odenwald; Solar Wind; On The Runway; Global Warming; Greenhouse Gases; Climate Mod
Duration: 00:28:32
Popularity (downloads): 2043
 
ACM CHI 1984 Issue 12 - Selection-positioning Task Study (1983)


Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Design; Human Factors; Management; Performance; Theory;
Duration: 00:09:55
Popularity (downloads): 1265
 

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