The 2017 Eclipse ‘seen through the eyes’ of a GPS receiver

The 2017 Eclipse ‘seen through the eyes’ of a GPS receiver

As Clemson University went dark on Aug. 21, 2017, for “The Great American Eclipse,” a GPS antenna poised on top of Kinard Hall monitored the ionosphere, the layer of Earth’s atmosphere that is charged by solar and cosmic radiation. The antenna was part of a study to understand how a natural phenomenon, like the total solar eclipse, might affect GPS capabilities.
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The 2017 Eclipse ‘seen through the eyes’ of a GPS receiver

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