By Mark Evans BBC SportNavigation is a navigation system developed by Nasa and the US Navy for US warships.
This is a complex, high-tech system that uses radar, GPS, and satellites to track and navigate in space.
Nasa and its partners have a long history of developing advanced navigation technology and it is hoped that the technology will improve the accuracy of navigation in the future.
What does dolphin navigation system do?
Dolphin navigation system uses a system of antennas that use radar and satellites.
These are designed to detect objects on the surface of the ocean.
Each antenna has a radar cross section and is about 5cm across.
It then uses an antenna mounted in the top of the ship’s hull to detect any changes in the position of the object and it also transmits this information to the navigation system.
This information is then used to give a ‘ping’ signal to the ship.
Once the ship has picked up the signal, it then sends the information back to the satellite for further analysis.
Where is dolphin navigational system?
It is designed to be able to be used on ships that are under a submarine base, as well as on submarines which are moving from one area of the sea to another.
The Dolphin Navigation System uses a variety of sensors and technology to track objects on land and in the ocean in order to avoid collisions.
The system is designed for ships in which the main crew can be detached and replaced with another crew member.
Where are dolphins used in marine navigation?
The Dolphin navigation systems can be used to detect small objects such as fish and other small animals, and even underwater objects.
For example, dolphins can be trained to detect dolphins, sea lions, seals, whales and dolphins.
They can also detect ships.
In the early 1970s, the US navy used dolphins in the search for an oil rig that was sunk by a whale.
In 2010, the International Association of Zoos and Aquariums (IAZA) launched a campaign to get the US government to consider the use of dolphins for the purpose of marine research.
How many dolphins are currently being used for research?
It depends on the project.
It is estimated that there are currently around 400 dolphins in captivity.
In recent years, research has begun to look at how dolphins can help people with visual impairment and other conditions.
This research has been carried out at the University of Cambridge, the University College London, the Marine Mammal Research Institute (Mrmri), the University Medical Center Utrecht and at a research facility in Spain.
What is the history of dolphins?
The dolphin is the largest of the three marine mammals, the others being whales and seals.
It has a long, pointed tail and its tail is very sensitive to changes in wind direction.
It also has a keen sense of smell.
The first documented sighting of a dolphin was in 1522 when a French sailor, Pierre d’Orleans, sighted a group of dolphins in France.
Around the same time, there was a sighting in 1804 when a group were found at the mouth of the English Channel.
The earliest recorded sighting of dolphins was in 1788 by a Dutch explorer who saw the dolphins while on a voyage around the world.
What are the benefits of using dolphins for marine research?
Researchers are able to test and improve the use and performance of marine navigation systems in order for them to improve their ability to navigate and detect objects in the sea.
This can be particularly useful in developing new technologies and to test new methods of navigation.
The use of dolphin research is also important for improving the quality of life for people with sensory impairments.
They have to swim through the ocean for days at a time, they can’t hear or smell underwater, they have to stand on a plank to breathe and eat.
The dolphins are also a great way to demonstrate how a dolphin can work as a navigator.
They are also good for demonstrating how dolphins are different to other animals, which helps the understanding of why they are able and how they work as navigators.
The benefits of dolphin study dolphins are that they can be tested on a regular basis to ensure that they are using their abilities in the right way.
They also have the opportunity to see how they cope with the stresses and strains of working in the oceans.
Researchers can also see the results of their studies using the dolphins as a means to show how the dolphins can perform under different conditions and how to make sure that they perform at their best.
Do dolphins actually perform as well in the water as humans?
Studies have shown that dolphins do perform as effectively as humans in the deep water.
They swim underwater at a rate of about 30 metres per hour.
They perform at a pace that is at least 30 per cent faster than humans.
There are also studies that have shown dolphins can swim to depths of 30 metres, which is faster than the average human.
There is also evidence that dolphins can dive underwater for up to 15 minutes and they are more able to recover than humans after