Magnetic Sensor Could Allow Pigeon-Style GPS

A variety of migrating birds, as well as bats and even hamsters successfully use a magnetic sense to navigate on long journeys. Now, a new type of sensor developed by scientists in the US could make it possible for humans do the same trick. Magnetic global positioning works by matching precise measurements of the Earth’s magnetic field with a database of measurements from across the globe

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