+nscaler Posted March 9, 2002 Share Posted March 9, 2002 I was wondering if the satellites orbiting above us follow the exact same path every day. They are supposed to take two orbits a day. If they are in the exact same position in the sky twice a day (i.e. 6:47 am and 6:47 pm), would your GPS be more accurate if you were to search for a cache at the same corresponding time of day as when the cache was hidden? Hmmm... Anybody know? This could help geocachers find a cache if they knew the time the cache was "marked" and looked at that time. Just wondering. nscale Quote Link to comment
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