Episode: How does GPS know where you are?

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How does GPS know where you are?
Without GPS, we'd be lost. Literally. Thanks to these radio transmissions from space though, we're able to pinpoint our location and find our way home. Join us as we learn all about satellites, how the robot voice of GPS is created and how atomic clocks hold it all together.

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