March 10th, 2014
09:21 AM ET

What time is it really?

Currently, the source for precision time is GPS satellites which contain an atomic clock used to synchronize clocks on the ground. But the Pentagon worries the satellites could somehow be jammed. So they want an even more accurate alternative.

Barbara Starr reports.


Filed under: DARPA • Pentagon
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  1. Krthu Fsdfhjk

    The same thing yet another nevious Russian porn watcher above.

    March 17, 2014 at 12:45 pm | Reply
  2. jwhgcyugfr

    fffff تحذير
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    هل تستخدم امريكا و اسرائيل الانترنت بمواقعه ( يوتيوب, فيس بوك, تويتر,غرف الشات..) للتجسس!
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    تحذير
    قد تكون مراقب
    هل تستخدم امريكا و اسرائيل الانترنت بمواقعه ( يوتيوب, فيس بوك, تويتر,غرف الشات..) للتجسس!
    warning you may be watched
    do usa & israel use the internet ( youtube, facebook, twitter, chat rooms,ect...)to collect informations,,,,can we call that spying ?do they record&analyse everything on the internet?
    why they ask for ur name,age,gender,occupation,place of work,ur mobile number.............ect, can they use these informations in a way that may harm you?!
    تحذير قد تكون مراقب
    هل تستخدم امريكا و اسرائيل الانترنت بمواقعه ( يوتيوب, فيس بوك, تويتر,غرف الشات..) للتجسس!
    warning you may be watched
    do usa & israel use the internet ( youtube, facebook, twitter, chat rooms,ect...)to collect informations,,,,can we call that spying ?do they record&analyse everything on the internet?
    they ask for ur name,age,gender,occupation,place of work,ur mobile number.............ect, can they harm you using these informations?!

    March 17, 2014 at 7:16 am | Reply
  3. TheAssurer

    No, GPS satellite clocks are about 13 seconds off... but that's supposed to be a secret.

    March 10, 2014 at 3:21 pm | Reply

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