Another eight Galileo satellites for Europe

  • Title Galileo satellites
  • Released 21/12/2016 2:34 pm
  • Copyright GSA
  • DescriptionEurope’s Galileo navigation satellites orbit 23 222 km above Earth to provide positioning, navigation and timing information all across the globe.
  • Id 371254
22 June 2017Europe’s Galileo navigation constellation will gain an additional eight satellites, bringing it to completion, thanks to a contract signed today at the Paris Air and Space Show.


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