Japan launches rocket in first phase of new GPS

A rocket was launched from Tanegashima Space Centre early on Thursday morning as part of Japan’s efforts to construct its own global positioning system. The H-IIA 34 rocket was carrying a quasi-zenith satellite system named “Michibiki,” meaning guidance.
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