Current Intercomparisons Between CTS’s
Due to the very nature of terrestrial reference systems, there exists a large variety of them. Their number is regularly increasing through the multiplicity of measurement techniques and data analysis.
KeywordsVery Long Baseline Interferometry Satellite Laser Range Terrestrial System Goddard Space Flight Center National Geodetic Survey
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