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Italian astronomer and mathematician who was the first to use a telescope to study the stars

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the project will deliver an extended and consolidated Timing service concept for EGNOS and for
France was the first European country to publish approach procedures permitting EGNOS LPV200 service with a 200 ft (60 m) minima, the same level of performance as permitted by WAAS and ILS Cat 1.
Aujourd'hui, les procedures EGNOS sont utilisees dans de nombreux aeroports italiens et europeens, permettant l'atterrissage de precision maximale meme dans les aeroports sans infrastructure au sol ainsi que dans des conditions de mauvaise visibilite.
The research assume using single-frequency signals from full constellations of Galileo and EGNOS satellites in instantaneous (single-epoch) mode.
European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani, responsible for Industry and Entrepreneurship, said: "This new EGNOS launch demonstrates the Commission's commitment to providing positioning signals with the highest possible accuracy to citizens and businesses in Europe.
Os valores RMS dos erros variaram de 0,15 a 10,76 m e 1s variaram de 0,04 a 7,51 m, sendo que os maiores valores RMS e 1s foram observados com o receptor L com o sinal EGNOS ativado.
EGNOS is used in Europe to improve airport access for aviation and consists of a range of geostationary satellites and a network of ground reference stations.
Contract notice: Egnos and galileo timing service extension and consolidation
Switzerland is set to sign a cooperation agreement with the EU on the European satellite programmes Galileo and EGNOS.
Examples of legislative proposals from the Commission include the proposal for a regulation on the further implementation of the European satellite radio navigation programmes EGNOS and Galileo (COM(2007) 535), which takes its legal base from Article 156 of the EC Treaty (relating to Trans-European Networks), and which is being examined under the co-decision procedure.
Italy has taken on a prominent role in European satellite navigation with the opening of a master control center for EGNOS (European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service), the first European satellite navigation system, at the air traffic control center in Ciampino, near Rome.
51(st) SES-satellite also hosts EGNOS payload for European Union
The European Commission (EC), with involvement from the European GNSS Agency (GSA), is defining the roadmap for the long-term evolution of the EGNOS programme beyond the currently defined EGNOS V3 Service Releases.
The Commission points out that it will be a win-win arrangement for both sides: "It will increase the robustness of the EGNOS performances in the Eastern part of the EU and will allow the provision of the services over Ukraine".