How the Cold War Gave Us GPS

GPS is a network of satellites which allows you to open your phone and know where you are anywhere in the world. We take this service for granted. But it was created by the U.S. military during the Cold War and designed to deliver bombs to their exact locations. Here’s how GPS went from being a war machine to a service we all rely on.

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