GNSS Inclination RNAV

GNSSGNSS —Global Navigation Satellite System satellites are in a polar orbiting orbit, meaning they must cross the equator travelling at an angle that is not zero (otherwise they would be over the equator the entire time.) This angle between the equator and the path the satellites follow is inclination, and varies between the different GNSSGNSS —Global Navigation Satellite System systems. Potential mistakes are to confuse this with the meridians, or the different planes.

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In terms of GNSSGNSS —Global Navigation Satellite System, what is inclination?