polar navigation

polar navigation

[′pō·lər ‚nav·ə′gā·shən]
(navigation)
Navigation in polar regions, where unique considerations and techniques are applied; no definite limit for these regions is recognized, but polar navigation techniques are usually used from about latitude 70° to the nearest pole, north or south.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Back then the France-Korea route took the polar navigation and she illustrated her trip between the end of the East and the West until 1994, when the air route changed.
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electronic charts, the Global Positioning System and bathymetric, Doppler and polar navigation, as well as celestial and inertial navigation and navigational astronomy.
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