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AOPOD (Atmosphere Occultation and Precision Orbit Determination)  

    KOMPSAT (Korea Multi-Purpose SATellite)-5 was launched into a sun-synchronous low-Earth orbit on 22 August 2013 with an orbit altitude of 550km. The secondary payload, Atmosphere Occultation and Precision Orbit Determination (AOPOD) system, consists of a space-borne dual frequency GPS receiver and a laser retro reflector. The GPS receiver provides GPS data for precise orbit determination (POD) of a satellite and GPS radio occultation data for atmospheric and ionospheric research.

    Integrated GPS Occultation Receiver (IGOR) was developed by Broad Reach Engineering (BRE) and has been successfully operating on orbit. For more details, click "more".   more

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