Global Positioning System History
Richard Easton and Eric Frazier talked about the history and evolution of the global positioning system, or GPS. They spoke about its early days as an American spy tool during the Cold War and tracked how its usage changed over time. They also explored America’s military, commercial, and personal dependence on the device. close
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