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RTXVGCK 
December 06, 2010 
RUSSIA-SATELLITE/ - Map locating reported crash area of a Russian rocket carrying three navigation satellites... 
Russia 
RUSSIA-SATELLITE C 
RUSSIA-SATELLITE/ - Map locating reported crash area of a Russian rocket carrying three navigation satellites in the Pacific on Sunday. With illustration and factbox on a Russian GLONASS satellite which hopes to rival the U.S. GPS system. RNGS. (SIN03) 
RUSSIA-SATELLITE/CRASH
RTXVG50 
December 06, 2010 
Engineer Boris Zyryanov works on a GLONASS-M space navigation satellite, one of three which crashed near... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
File photo of engineer Zyryanov working on GLONASS-M space navigation satellite in Zheleznogorsk 
Engineer Boris Zyryanov works on a GLONASS-M space navigation satellite, one of three which crashed near Hawaii on December 5, 2010 after blasting off from Russia's Baikonur space centre in Kazakhstan, in the assembly area of the open joint-stock company Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems in the Siberian town of Zheleznogorsk, 50 km (31 miles) northeast of Krasnoyarsk, in this August 23, 2010 file photo. The three Russian satellites crashed into the Pacific Ocean on December 5, 2010 after a failed launch, in a setback to a Kremlin project designed as a rival to the widely used U.S. GPS navigation technology. Picture taken August 23, 2010. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SCI TECH) 
SAFRICA-POACHING/
RTXUJCB 
November 12, 2010 
Rangers prepare to insert a GPS on an eight year old Rhino to keep track of its movements and attempts... 
Mafikeng, South Africa 
Rangers prepare to insert a GPS on an eight year old Rhino to keep track of its movements and attempts... 
Rangers prepare to insert a GPS on an eight year old Rhino to keep track of its movements and attempts at poaching, at the Mafikeng Game Reserve in the North West province, November 12, 2010. Poaching in South Africa has increased this year owing to booming demand and rising prices for rhino horn from increasingly rich Asian markets, where it is used as a medicine.
The light-weight 40mm GPS device, possessing a life span of up to three years, is inserted into the horn and was placed into at least eight rhinos. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-FORESTRY/
RTXTBG0 
October 11, 2010 
A technician reads information, transmitted from a microchip attached to a tree, with his GPS device... 
NOVA MUTUM, Brazil 
To match Feature BRAZIL-FORESTRY/ 
A technician reads information, transmitted from a microchip attached to a tree, with his GPS device during a presentation of the Monitoring System Electronic Tracking and Forestry project in Nova Mutum in Mato Grosso state, midwestern Brazil, August 28, 2010. Each microchip, which is attached to a tree's base, holds data about its location, size and who cut it down. The chips allow land owners using sustainable forestry practices to distinguish their wood from that acquired through illegal logging that each year destroys swathes of the forest. Picture taken August 28, 2010. To match Feature BRAZIL-FORESTRY/ REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-FORESTRY/
RTXTBFO 
October 11, 2010 
A technician reads information, transmitted from a microchip attached to a tree, with his GPS device... 
NOVA MUTUM, Brazil 
To match Feature BRAZIL-FORESTRY/ 
A technician reads information, transmitted from a microchip attached to a tree, with his GPS device during a presentation of the Monitoring System Electronic Tracking and Forestry project in Nova Mutum in Mato Grosso state, midwestern Brazil, August 28, 2010. Each microchip, which is attached to a tree's base, holds data about its location, size and who cut it down. The chips allow land owners using sustainable forestry practices to distinguish their wood from that acquired through illegal logging that each year destroys swathes of the forest. Picture taken August 28, 2010. To match Feature BRAZIL-FORESTRY/ REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2HGQF 
August 23, 2010 
An engineer works on the GLONASS-K space navigation satellite in the testing area of the open joint-stock... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineer works on the GLONASS-K space navigation satellite in Zheleznogorsk 
An engineer works on the GLONASS-K space navigation satellite in the testing area of the open joint-stock company Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems (formerly known as the NPO PM Applied Mechanics Institute) in the Siberian town of Zheleznogorsk, 50 km (31 miles) northeast of Krasnoyarsk, August 23, 2010. Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. GLONASS-K series satellites of a new generation will replace GLONASS-M type satellites which are used now. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SCI TECH TRANSPORT) 
Oddly Enough
Oddly Enough 
Putin's Dog Gets a Satellite Collar - 17 Oct 2008 
12 PICTURES 
GERMANY-WALL/
RTX7SCJ 
July 09, 2008 
A journalist holds a digital "Walk The Wall" Guide in Berlin July 9, 2008. Similar to audio guides devices... 
Berlin, Germany 
A journalist holds a digital "Walk The Wall" Guide in Berlin 
A journalist holds a digital "Walk The Wall" Guide in Berlin July 9, 2008. Similar to audio guides devices found in museums, the 158-gram digital "Walk the Wall" guide covers 15 kilometres (9 miles) of Berlin and offers detailed descriptions, pictures, eye-witness interviews and film clips of various areas of where the Berlin Wall once stood. The Global Position System (GPS) link gives constant updates on a Berlin map -- complete with a blinking yellow box of the holder's exact location -- and includes a treasure trove of material on the Wall that divided Berlin for 28 years. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY) 
USA-CRIME/GPS
RTX5NUQ 
May 14, 2008 
Joe Lucci, Deputy Commissioner in the Office of the Commissioner of Probation in the state of Massachusetts,... 
Boston, UNITED STATES 
To match feature USA-CRIME/GPS 
Joe Lucci, Deputy Commissioner in the Office of the Commissioner of Probation in the state of Massachusetts, holds a GPS ankle transmitter in Boston, Massachusetts May 5, 2008. Lucci oversees the Electronic Monitoring Program which uses GPS bracelets to track the movements of parolees, including sex offenders. To match feature USA-CRIME/GPS REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES) 
RUSSIA/
RTR1Z2B3 
April 03, 2008 
Engineers work on the GLONASS K space satellite in the assembly area of the open joint-stock company... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineers work on the GLONASS K space satellite in Zheleznogorsk 
Engineers work on the GLONASS K space satellite in the assembly area of the open joint-stock company Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems (formerly known as the NPO PM Applied Mechanics Institute) in the Siberian town of Zheleznogorsk, 50 km (31 miles) northeast of the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk, April 3, 2008. The GLONASS (Global Navigating Satellite System) is a Russian equivalent of the American Global Positioning System (GPS). REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTR1Z2AX 
April 03, 2008 
Engineers work on the GLONASS M space satellite in the assembly area of the open joint-stock company... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineers work on the GLONASS M space satellite in Zheleznogorsk 
Engineers work on the GLONASS M space satellite in the assembly area of the open joint-stock company Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems (formerly known as the NPO PM Applied Mechanics Institute) in the Siberian town of Zheleznogorsk, 50 km (31 miles) northeast of the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk, April 3, 2008. The GLONASS (Global Navigating Satellite System) is a Russian equivalent of the American Global Positioning System (GPS). REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTR1Z2AH 
April 03, 2008 
Engineers work on the GLONASS M space satellite in the assembly shop of the open joint-stock company... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineers work on the GLONASS M space satellite in Zheleznogorsk 
Engineers work on the GLONASS M space satellite in the assembly shop of the open joint-stock company Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems (formerly known as the NPO PM Applied Mechanics Institute) in the Siberian town of Zheleznogorsk, 50 km (31 miles) northeast of the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk, April 3, 2008. The GLONASS (Global Navigating Satellite System) is a Russian equivalent of the American Global Positioning System (GPS). REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
TECH-SHOW/
RTX5AS1 
January 07, 2008 
A Tom Tom GO 920 T navigation system is displayed during the Digital Experience event at the Consumer... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
A Tom Tom GO 920 T navigation system is displayed during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas 
A Tom Tom GO 920 T navigation system is displayed during the Digital Experience event at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2008. The $599.99 system has a map share feature that allows consumers to update map information to Tom Tom for distribution to other Tom Tom users. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1V1GV 
October 17, 2007 
A Delta 2 rocket lifts off from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida October 17, 2007 with... 
Cape Canaveral, UNITED STATES 
A Delta 2 rocket lifts off from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida 
A Delta 2 rocket lifts off from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida October 17, 2007 with a NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite aboard. REUTERS/United Launch Alliance-Carleton Bailie/Handout (UNITED STATES) 
IRAQ/
RTR1TR9E 
September 12, 2007 
A U.S. soldier smokes next to an armoured vehicle before a night operation in southeast Baghdad September... 
Baghdad, Iraq 
A U.S. soldier smokes next to an armoured vehicle before a night operation in southeast Baghdad 
A U.S. soldier smokes next to an armoured vehicle before a night operation in southeast Baghdad September 12, 2007. The image below the soldier's face is a reflection of a GPS unit's screen, as seen from inside a vehicle. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (IRAQ) 
RUSSIA/
RTR1ROPX 
July 10, 2007 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineers work on a GLONASS satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city... 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk July 10, 2007. Russia's government-funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTR1ROPS 
July 10, 2007 
An engineer works on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
An engineer works on a GLONASS satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city... 
An engineer works on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk July 10, 2007. Russia's government-funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTR1ROPN 
July 10, 2007 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineers work on a GLONASS satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city... 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk July 10, 2007. Russia's government-funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTR1ROPJ 
July 10, 2007 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineers work on a GLONASS satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city... 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk July 10, 2007. Russia's government-funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA/
RTR1ROPG 
July 10, 2007 
General designer and manager Nikolay Testoyedov stands over a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS)... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
General designer and manager Nikolay Testoyedov stands over a GLONASS satellite at his NPO PM applied... 
General designer and manager Nikolay Testoyedov stands over a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satellite at his NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk July 10, 2007. Russia's government-funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/FARMING
RTR1PNWK 
May 14, 2007 
Farmer Ed Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his Global Positioning System (GPS)-guided disc air... 
Cowra, Australia 
To match feature AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/FARMING 
Farmer Ed Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his Global Positioning System (GPS)-guided disc air seeder rig in a paddock on his property near the western New South Wales town of Cowra, located around 250 km (155 miles) west of Sydney after the best April rain in ten years fell across southern and eastern Australia growing areas in recent weeks after years of the worst drought on record. Fagan uses GPS to accurately sow the seeds in rows ten inches apart in the heart of Australia's eastern wheat belt and is an example of one of the increasing number of farmers using advanced technology as one way of fighting back against climate change which threatens annual crops. Picture taken May 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/FARMING REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/FARMING
RTR1PNWJ 
May 14, 2007 
Farmer Ed Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his Global Positioning System (GPS) guided disc air... 
Cowra, Australia 
To match feature AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/FARMING 
Farmer Ed Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his Global Positioning System (GPS) guided disc air seeder rig in a paddock on his property near the western New South Wales town of Cowra, located around 250 km (155 miles) west of Sydney after the best April rain in ten years fell across southern and eastern Australia growing areas in recent weeks after years of the worst drought on record. Fagan uses GPS to accurately sow the seeds in rows ten inches apart in the heart of Australia's eastern wheat belt and is an example of one of the increasing number of farmers using advanced technology as one way of fighting back against climate change which threatens annual crops. Picture taken May 3, 2007. To match feature AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/FARMING REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA) 
AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/FARMING
RTR1PF89 
May 07, 2007 
Farmer Ed Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his Global Positioning System (GPS)-guided disc air... 
Cowra, Australia 
Farmer Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his GPS-guided disc air seeder rig in a paddock on his... 
Farmer Ed Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his Global Positioning System (GPS)-guided disc air seeder rig in a paddock on his property near the western New South Wales town of Cowra, 250 km (155 miles) west of Sydney, May 3, 2007, after the best April rain in ten years fell across southern and eastern Australian growing areas in recent weeks after years of the worst drought on record. Fagan uses GPS to accurately sow the seeds in rows ten inches apart in the heart of Australia's eastern wheat belt and is an example of one of the increasing number of farmers using advanced technology as one way of fighting back against climate change that threatens annual crops. Picture taken May 3, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA) 
RUSSIA
RTR1JMX1 
November 23, 2006 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute... 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk November 23, 2006. Russia's government funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA
RTR1JMWR 
November 23, 2006 
Engineer Oksana Teterina works on an electronic panel of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS)... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineer Oksana Teterina works on an electronic panel of a Global Navigation Satellite System satelite... 
Engineer Oksana Teterina works on an electronic panel of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk November 23, 2006. Russia's government funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA
RTR1JMWH 
November 23, 2006 
Engineer Tatyana Pohabova poses with a component of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satelite... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineer Tatyana Pohabova poses with a component of a Global Navigation Satellite System satelite at... 
Engineer Tatyana Pohabova poses with a component of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk November 23, 2006. Russia's government funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA
RTR1JMW2 
November 23, 2006 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute... 
Engineers work on a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk November 23, 2006. Russia's government funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA
RTR1JMVX 
November 23, 2006 
An engineer takes measurements inside the metal body of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS)... 
Zheleznogorsk, Russia 
An engineer takes measurements inside the body of a GLONASS satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics... 
An engineer takes measurements inside the metal body of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) satelite at the NPO PM applied mechanics institute in the Siberian city of Zheleznogorsk near Krasnoyarsk November 23, 2006. Russia's government funded GLONASS is a satellite navigation system similar to the GPS system of the U.S. designed to serve military and civil purposes. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA) 
JAGUARS
RTXNI8T 
May 18, 2005 
Scientists place a Global Positioning System (GPS) collar on a jaguar in Laguna del Tigre, Guatemala,... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Scientists place a Global Positioning System (GPS) collar on a jaguar in Laguna del Tigre, Guatemal..... 
Scientists place a Global Positioning System (GPS) collar on a jaguar in Laguna del Tigre, Guatemala, April 17, 2005. A bi-national team of biologists, veterinarians and hunters are working in the Peten jungle region on a high-tech project using satellite tracking to try to save from extinction the jaguar and the habitat that it lives in. Picture taken April 17, 2005. 
GUATEMALA JAGUARS
RTRBMB2 
April 17, 2005 
Scientists place a Global Positioning System (GPS) collar on a jaguar in Laguna del Tigre, Guatemala,... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
To match feature GUATEMALA-JAGUARS. 
Scientists place a Global Positioning System (GPS) collar on a jaguar in Laguna del Tigre, Guatemala, April 17, 2005. A bi-national team of biologists, veterinarians and hunters are working in the Peten jungle region on a high-tech project using satellite tracking to try to save from extinction the jaguar and the habitat that it lives in. Picture taken April 17, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE GUATEMALA-JAGUARS REUTERS/Daniel LeClair dnl/YH 
BOEING DELTA II
RTXN120 
November 06, 2004 
A Boeing Delta II rocket lifts off the launch pad from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station November 6, 2004.... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
A Boeing Delta II rocket lifts off the launch pad from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station November 6, ..... 
A Boeing Delta II rocket lifts off the launch pad from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station November 6, 2004. The rocket successfully launched into orbit a replacement GPS navigation satellite for the U.S. Air Force. GPS provides directional guidance for the U.S. military as well as civilian users around the world. ??? USE ONLY 
RTRF40V 
November 06, 2004 
A Boeing Delta II rocket lifts off the launch pad from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station November 6, 2004.... 
UNITED STATES 
A Boeing Delta II rocket lifts off the launch pad from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. 
A Boeing Delta II rocket lifts off the launch pad from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station November 6, 2004. The rocket successfully launched into orbit a replacement GPS navigation satellite for the U.S. Air Force. GPS provides directional guidance for the U.S. military as well as civilian users around the world. REUTERS/Tom Rogers Tom Rogers/TW 
FLORIDA
RTRF3WQ 
November 06, 2004 
A Boeing Delta II lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a Global Positioning System (GPS)... 
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, UNITED STATES 
Boeing Delta II lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. 
A Boeing Delta II lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite built by Lockheed Martin Space Systems for the U.S. Air Force on November 6, 2004. REUTERS/Duffin McGee DOM/TW 
FLORIDA
RTRF3WA 
November 06, 2004 
A Boeing Delta II lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a Global Positioning System (GPS)... 
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, UNITED STATES 
Boeing Delta II lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. 
A Boeing Delta II lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station with a Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite built by Lockheed Martin Space Systems for the U.S. Air Force on November 6, 2004. REUTERS/Duffin McGee DOM 
SPACE
RTRFPFQ 
March 20, 2004 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida March 20,... 
DELTA II ROCKET LIFTS OFF FROM CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION. 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida March 20, 2004. The Boeing Delta II rocket successfully launched the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite today for the U.S. Air Force. The GPS IIR-11 mission marks the 50th launch of a Air Force's GPS satellite. REUTERS/Karl Ronstrom XX 
DELTA ROCKET
RTR93YC 
December 21, 2003 
United States Air Force launches a Global Positioning System (GPS) IIR-10 satellite on a Boeing Delta... 
Cape Canaveral, United States of America 
UNITED STATES MILITARY LAUNCHES A DELTA II ROCKET. 
United States Air Force launches a Global Positioning System (GPS) IIR-10 satellite on a Boeing Delta II rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Station in Cape Canaveral, Florida, December 21, 2003. GPS provides directional guidance for the U.S. military and civilian users around the world. REUTERS/ Karl Ronstrom KR 
CHINA
RTR60IF 
October 30, 2003 
EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy (seated L) and Italian Foreign
Minister Franco Frattini (seated R)... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
EUROPEAN UNION LEADERS SIGN TRADE DEAL WITH CHINESE OFFICIALS IN
BEIJING. 
EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy (seated L) and Italian Foreign
Minister Franco Frattini (seated R) sign a 200 million euro ($230
million) deal to allow China to join the EU's Galileo satellite
navigation system, which could rival the U.S.-developed GPS system,
witnessed by (L-R) EU Foreign Policy chief Javier Solana, European
Commission President Romano Prodi, Italian Prime Minister Silvio
Berlusconi, who currently holds the rotating European Union presidency,
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao and Foreign Minister Li Shaoxing, during a
ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, October 30, 2003.
Picture taken October 30, 2003. REUTERS/Goh Chai Hin/Pool

RAB/RCS 
CHINA EU
RTR60HA 
October 30, 2003 
The European Union's president, Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi (R)
European Commission President... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
EU LEADERS MEET CHINESE OFFICIALS IN BEIJING. 
The European Union's president, Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi (R)
European Commission President Romano Prodi (C) and EU Trade
Commissioner Pascal Lamy hold meetings with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao
at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, October 30, 2003. The
Chinese government and the European Union agreed Thursday to give China
a stake in developing Galileo, a European-sponsored project that would
rival the U.S.-run satellite navigation system known as GPS. Picture
taken October 30, 2003. REUTERS/Ng Han Guan/Pool

NHG/RCS 
CHINA EUROPE
RTR5XXC 
October 30, 2003 
EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy (L), EU's foreign policy
representative, Javier Solana (2nd-L), European... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
CHINESE AND EU LEADERS ATTEND A SIGNING CEREMONY IN BEIJING. 
EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy (L), EU's foreign policy
representative, Javier Solana (2nd-L), European Commission President
Romano Prodi (C), the European Union's president, Italian Prime
Minister Silvio Berlusconi (2nd-R) and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R)
attend a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing
October 30, 2003. The Chinese government and the European Union agreed
Thursday to give China a stake in developing Galileo, a
European-sponsored project that would rival the U.S.-run satellite
navigation system known as GPS. REUTERS/Ng Han Guan/Pool REUTERS

NHG/ASW 
CHINA EUROPE
RTR5XWS 
October 30, 2003 
The European Union's president, Italian Prime Minister Silvio
Berlusconi (L), chats with Chinese Premier... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
ITALIAN PREMIER SILVIO BERLUSCONI CHATS WITH CHINESE PREMIER WEN JIABAO
IN BEIJING. 
The European Union's president, Italian Prime Minister Silvio
Berlusconi (L), chats with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao before a signing
ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, October 30, 2003.
The Chinese government and the European Union agreed on Thursday to
give China a stake in developing Galileo, a European-sponsored project
that would rival the U.S.-run satellite navigation system known as GPS.
REUTERS/Ng Han Guan/Pool

NHG/ASW 
DOGS
RTXM13B 
June 16, 2003 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tra..... 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking device attached to her harness at a demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2003. Japan's largest home and office security provider Secom Co Ltd announced that it has developed the world's smallest and lightest GPS sensor terminal at 48 grammes (1.7 ounces), which can be attached around a dog's neck or on its back. The service starts later this month with a 5,000 yen ($43) registration fee and a monthly fee of 800 yen ($6.80). 
DOGS
RTXM13A 
June 16, 2003 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tra..... 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking device attached to her harness at a demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2003. Japan's largest home and office security provider Secom Co Ltd announced that it has developed the world's smallest and lightest GPS sensor terminal at 48 grammes (1.7 ounces), which can be attached around a dog's neck or on its back. The service starts later this month with a 5,000 yen ($43) registration fee and a monthly fee of 800 yen ($6.80). 
DOGS
RTXM139 
June 16, 2003 
A mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking device is unveiled in Tokyo June... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking device is unveiled in Tokyo Ju..... 
A mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking device is unveiled in Tokyo June 16, 2003. Japan's largest home and office security provider Secom Co Ltd announced that it has developed the world's smallest and lightest GPS sensor terminal at 48 grammes (1.7 ounces), which can be attached around a dog's neck or on its back. The service starts later this month with a 5,000 yen ($43) registration fee and a monthly service charge of 800 yen ($6.80). 
RTRPD2J 
June 16, 2003 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global
positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking... 
Japan 
LABRADOR RETRIEVER MOMO SHOWS OFF MOBILE SATELLITE-BASED GPS
DOG-TRACKING DEVICE IN TOKYO. 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global
positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking device attached to her harness at a
demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2003. Japan's largest home and office
security provider Secom Co Ltd announced that it has developed the world's
smallest and lightest GPS sensor terminal at 48 grammes (1.7 ounces), which
can be attached around a dog's neck or on its back. The service starts later
this month with a 5,000 yen ($43) registration fee and a monthly fee of 800
yen ($6.80). REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES/RCS 
RTRPD23 
June 16, 2003 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global
positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking... 
Japan 
MOBILE SATELLITE-BASED GPS DOG-TRACKING DEVICE UNVEILED IN TOKYO. 
Labrador retriever Momo shows off a a mobile satellite-based global
positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking device attached to her harness at a
demonstration in Tokyo June 16, 2003. Japan's largest home and office
security provider Secom Co Ltd announced that it has developed the world's
smallest and lightest GPS sensor terminal at 48 grammes (1.7 ounces), which
can be attached around a dog's neck or on its back. The service starts later
this month with a 5,000 yen ($43) registration fee and a monthly fee of 800
yen ($6.80). REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES/RCS 
RTRPD1Y 
June 16, 2003 
A mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking
device is unveiled in Tokyo June... 
Japan 
MOBILE SATELLITE-BASED GPS DOG-TRACKING DEVICE IS UNVEILED IN TOKYO. 
A mobile satellite-based global positioning system (GPS) dog-tracking
device is unveiled in Tokyo June 16, 2003. Japan's largest home and
office security provider Secom Co Ltd announced that it has developed
the world's smallest and lightest GPS sensor terminal at 48 grammes
(1.7 ounces), which can be attached around a dog's neck or on its back.
The service starts later this month with a 5,000 yen ($43) registration
fee and a monthly service charge of 800 yen ($6.80). REUTERS/Eriko
Sugita

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GALILEO
RTXLZQU 
May 27, 2003 
European governments agreed on May 26, 2003 to launch the long-delayed Galileo space program, seen as... 
None 
European governments agreed on May 26, 2003 to launch the long-delayed Galileo space program, seen a..... 
European governments agreed on May 26, 2003 to launch the long-delayed Galileo space program, seen as a potential rival to the U.S. military's GPS global satellite positioning system. The European Space Agency (ESA) said in a statement that an agreement had been reached among its member states -- Norway, Switzerland and the 15 European Union countries excluding [Greece and Luxembourg] -- which finalizes the conditions of their participation in the project. The Galileo system, which would be built around 30 satellites occupying three circular earth orbits and generate an estimated 140,000 jobs, has been criticized as redundant by officials in the United States. ??? USE ONLY 
DELTA ROCKET
RTRL6AU 
March 31, 2003 
The United States Air Force launches a Global Positioning System (GPS)
IIR-9 satellite on a Boeing Delta... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
UNITED STATES MILITARY LAUNCHES A DELTA II ROCKET. 
The United States Air Force launches a Global Positioning System (GPS)
IIR-9 satellite on a Boeing Delta II rocket from Cape Canaveral Air
Station in Cape Canaveral, Florida, March 31, 2003. GPS provides
directional guidance for the U.S. military and civilian users around
the world. REUTERS/Karl Ronstrom

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DOCOMO
RTXLVLM 
March 27, 2003 
NTT DoCoMo's first mobile phone with a GPS junction is displayed at a NTT office in Tokyo March 27, 2003.... 
Tokyo, Japan 
NTT DoCoMo's first mobile phone with a GPS junction is displayed at a NTT office in Tokyo March 27, ..... 
NTT DoCoMo's first mobile phone with a GPS junction is displayed at a NTT office in Tokyo March 27, 2003. Japan's largest mobile phone operator DoCoMo said on Thursday it would launch the mobile phone capable of showing the user's location on the phone's screen using a satellite-based global positioning system. 
TELECOMS JAPAN DOCOMO
RTRKXK6 
March 27, 2003 
NTT DoCoMo's first mobile phone with a GPS junction is displayed at a NTT
office in Tokyo March 27,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
NTT DOCOMO'S MOBILE PHONE WITH A GPS JUNCTION IN TOKYO. 
NTT DoCoMo's first mobile phone with a GPS junction is displayed at a NTT
office in Tokyo March 27, 2003. Japan's largest mobile phone operator DoCoMo
said on Thursday it would launch the mobile phone capable of showing the
user's location on the phone's screen using a satellite-based global
positioning system. PP03030072 REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

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BOEING DELTA II
RTXLRUU 
January 29, 2003 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, January... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, Janu..... 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, January 29, 2003. The Boeing Delta II rocket successfully deployed two satellites today for the U.S. Air Force, GPS IIR-8, a satellite for the Air Force Global Positioning System, and XSS-10, a demonstration satellite for the Air Force Research Laboratory. 
BOEING DELTA II
RTXLRSR 
January 29, 2003 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, January... 
Cape Canaveral, USA 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, Janu..... 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, January 29, 2003. The Boeing Delta II rocket successfully deployed two satellites today for the U.S. Air Force, GPS IIR-8, a satellite for the Air Force Global Positioning System, and XSS-10, a demonstration satellite for the Air Force Research Laboratory. 
SCIENCE DELTA II
RTR155HU 
January 29, 2003 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launch pad from Cape Canaveral Air
Force Station in Florida, January... 
Cape Canaveral, United States of America 
DELTA II ROCKET LIFTS OFF FROM CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION. 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launch pad from Cape Canaveral Air
Force Station in Florida, January 29, 2003. The Boeing Delta II rocket
successfully deployed two satellites today for the U.S. Air Force, the
GPS IIR-8, a satellite for the Air Force Global Positioning System, and
XSS-10, a demonstration satellite for the Air Force Research
Laboratory. REUTERS/Karl Ronstrom

KR/MR 
SPACE DELTA
RTRHFKS 
January 29, 2003 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad at the Cape Canaveral Air
Force Station, Florida, January... 
Cape Canaveral, United States of America 
DELTA II ROCKET LIFTS OFF FROM CAPE CANAVERAL AIR STATION. 
A Delta II rocket lifts off its launching pad at the Cape Canaveral Air
Force Station, Florida, January 29, 2003. The Boeing Delta II rocket
successfully deployed two satellites today for the U.S. Air Force, GPS
IIR-8, a satellite for the Air Force Global Positioning System, and
XSS-10, a demonstration satellite for the Air Force Research
Laboratory. REUTERS/Karl Ronstrom

KR/HB 
GERMANY
RTXLED5 
July 16, 2002 
A German infantry soldier with new special equipment aims his rifle at the Hammelburg training ground... 
Hammelburg, Germany 
A German infantry soldier with new special equipment aims his rifle at the Hammelburg training groun..... 
A German infantry soldier with new special equipment aims his rifle at the Hammelburg training ground during a press presentation, July 16, 2002. The soldiers, described by the army as "soldiers of the future", are equiped with a G 36 machine gun with a grenade launcher, Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS) and night vision glases. 
GERMANY
RTXLED4 
July 16, 2002 
Two German infantry soldiers with new special equipment patrol at the Hammelburg training ground during... 
Hammelburg, Germany 
Two German infantry soldiers with new special equipment patrol at the Hammelburg training ground dur..... 
Two German infantry soldiers with new special equipment patrol at the Hammelburg training ground during a press presentation on July 16, 2002. The soldiers, described by the army asa a soldiers of future, are equiped with a G 36 machine gun with a grenade launcher, Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS) and night vision goggles. 
GERMANY
RTR7QRM 
July 16, 2002 
A German infantry soldier with new special equipment hides behind a
wall at the Hammelburg training... 
Hammelburg, Germany 
A GERMAN SOLDIER WITH SPECIAL EQUIPMENT HIDES BEHIND A WALL DURING A
PRESS PRESENTATION IN HAMMELBURG.... 
A German infantry soldier with new special equipment hides behind a
wall at the Hammelburg training ground during a press presentation,
July 16, 2002. The soldiers, described by the army as "soldiers of teh
future", are equiped with a G 36 machine gun with a grenade launcher,
Global Positioning Satellite System (GPS) and night vision goggles.
REUTERS/Michael Dalder

MAD/CRB 
GERMANY
RTR7QQT 
July 16, 2002 
Two German infantry soldiers with new special equipment patrol at the
Hammelburg training ground during... 
Hammelburg, Germany 
TWO GERMAN SOLDIERS WITH SPECIAL COMBAT EQUIPMENT DURING A PRESS
PRESENTATION IN HAMMELBURG. 
Two German infantry soldiers with new special equipment patrol at the
Hammelburg training ground during a press presentation, July 16, 2002.
The soldiers, dfescribed by the army as soldiers of future, are equiped
with a G 36 machine gun with a grenade launcher, Global Positioning
Satellite System (GPS) and night vision goggles. REUTERS/Michael
Dalder

MAD/AH 
GERMANY
RTR7QPW 
July 16, 2002 
Two German infantry soldiers with new special equipment patrol at the
Hammelburg training ground during... 
Hammelburg, Germany 
TWO GERMAN SOLDIERS WITH SPECIAL COMBAT EQUIPMENT DURING A PRESS
PRESENTATION IN HAMMELBURG. 
Two German infantry soldiers with new special equipment patrol at the
Hammelburg training ground during a press presentation on July 16,
2002. The soldiers, described by the army asa a soldiers of future, are
equiped with a G 36 machine gun with a grenade launcher, Global
Positioning Satellite System (GPS) and night vision goggles.
REUTERS/Michael Dalder REUTERS

MAD/ 
GERMANY
RTR7QPI 
July 16, 2002 
A German infantry soldier with new special equipment aims his rifle at
the Hammelburg training ground... 
Hammelburg, Germany 
A GERMAN SOLDIERS WITH SPECIAL EQUIPMENT AIMS HIS RIFLE DURING A PRESS
PRESENTATION IN HAMMELBURG. 
A German infantry soldier with new special equipment aims his rifle at
the Hammelburg training ground during a press presentation, July 16,
2002. The soldiers, described by the army as "soldiers of the future",
are equiped with a G 36 machine gun with a grenade launcher, Global
Positioning Satellite System (GPS) and night vision glases.
REUTERS/Michael Dalder

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