To continue the discussion begun by this lesson, I would like to pose this question:
Would the position on a point established by post-processed differential correction using data from an NGS Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS) likely differ from a position on the same point established by the Real-Time Kinematic process? If so, why? If not, why not? Would the position on the same point differ from those established by the previously mentioned procedures if it was done by Precise Point Positioning? If so, why? If not, why not?
To participate in the discussion, please go to the Lesson 8 Discussion Forum in Canvas. (That forum can be accessed at any time by going to the GEOG 862 course in Canvas and then looking inside the Lesson 8 module.)