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This includes the gravitational force caused by the mass attraction of the Earth, and the centripetal acceleration of the vehicle resulting from the rotation of the Earth. The latter term arises even if the vehicle is stationary with respect to the Earth, since the path which its follows in space is circular. A simple example serves to illustrate the importance of the Coriolis effect. Consider a vehicle launched from the north pole with the intention of flying to New York city. The vehicle is assumed to travel at an average speed of 3600 miles/h.
3 Local geographic navigation frame mechanisation In order to navigate over large distances around the Earth, navigation information is most commonly required in the local geographic or navigation axis set described earlier. Position on the Earth may be specified in terms of latitude (degrees north or south of a datum) and longitude (degrees east or west of a datum). 14 shows this geographic co-ordinate system on a globe. Lines of constant latitude and longitude are called parallels and meridians, respectively.
In the cases of marine or space applications, such systems may be required to provide navigation data to similar accuracy over periods of weeks, months or even longer in the case of interplanetary exploration. One extreme example is the Voyager spacecraft which has been navigating through the solar system and beyond for more than 25 years. Although the basic principles of inertial navigation systems do not change from one application to another, it will come as no surprise to find that the accuracy of the inertial sensors and the precision to which the associated computation must be carried out varies dramatically over the broad range of applications indicated earlier.