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The Third Galileo satellite has sent its first test navigation signals back to Earth, and has broadcasted signals across all three Galileo bands.
Xinhua reported on Monday that China has successfully launched two satellites into space for its Beidou global navigation and positioning network.
According to the Xinhua news agency, China's satellite navigation system launched a positioning service on Tuesday.
SHANGHAI, July 19 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- On June 2, 2010, China successfully launched the 4th BeiDou navigation satellite into the pre-designated orbit, symbolizing that China has made another important step forward in building the BeiDou (COMPASS) Navigation Satellite System.
A rain of navigation signals falls constantly upon the Earth from GPS and the initial satellites in Europe's Galileo system, enabling an ever-increasing number of positioning and guidance services.