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GPS II-F 7 Rolls Out for Launch

An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSIIF-7 aboard.  (Photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance)

An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSIIF-7 aboard. (Photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance)

An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSIIF-7 aboard. (Photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance)

An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSIIF-7 aboard. (Photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance)

An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSII-F7 aboard (Photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance)

An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSII-F7 aboard (Photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance)

An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSII-F7 aboard. (Photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance)

An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSII-F7 aboard. (Photo courtesy of United Launch Alliance)

LOS ANGELES AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- An ULA Atlas V rolls out to Cape Canaveral AFS' Space Launch Complex-41 with GPSII-F7 aboard, July 31. The launch is set for Aug. 1 at 11:23 p.m. EDT. GPS IIF-7 is the 7th in a series of next generation GPS satellites and the 3rd GPS IIF to be launched in 2014. It will join a worldwide timing and navigation system utilizing 24 satellites in six different planes, with a minimum of four satellites per plane positioned in orbit approximately 11,000 miles above the Earth's surface.