SpaceX has 21 Successful Launches in 2018

SpaceX had 21 successful launches in 2018. They ended 2018 by launching a GPS satellite.

SpaceX had 18 launches in 2017.

In 2016, SpaceX won a $83 million contract to launch this GPS satellite. This is the first of a class of new GPS satellites that are being built by Lockheed Martin.

SpaceX will fly four more GPS satellites. The five GPS satellite deal is worth more than $380 million.

Smartphone GPS accuracy wil improve from three to ten meters (ten and 33 feet) to one and three meters (three and ten feet). A Raytheon ground control system called OCX is needed it will not be ready until 2022.

The Broadcom BCM47755 was introduced in 2017. It is a dual-frequency (E1/L1+E5/L5) GNSS chip that can compute location with an accuracy of up to a few decimeters. In recent years GNSS systems have been launching satellites broadcasting signals on new frequencies to open up new possibilities. Europes Galileo has the majority of satellites with E1/L1 and E5/L5 frequency capabilities.

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  1. As is clear, the different heavenly bodies are mounted on crystalline embodiments of the platonic solids, each rotating within each other as metaphorically described as the 7 heads of the beast in Revelations.

    Given that Ezekiel also described the archangel as appearing as interlocked concentric rotating wheels, it is immediately obvious that ethereal beings can and do travel in the spaces between the platonic solid embodiments (which are not physical solids as a materialist would insist, but instead spiritual ideals that guide the movement of the heavens).

    Hence, a craft launched from the earth can indeed travel and sustain itself within the interstitials of the platonic shapes, providing that each satellite or probe is dedicated to the care of an angel (or a daemon in the case of the Godless communist states).

    The bishop of Orlando, Florida, who by church law is also holding the moon and Earth orbit within the jurisdiction of his diocese (since the expeditions to this realm left from his diocese and hence fall under the rules governing new lands dating from the 15th century) is responsible for proper spiritual blessing of all craft.

    The reasons why the USA was not able to launch men into space during the previous presidency is now without doubt.

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