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Navigation is the theory and practice of navigating, especially the charting of a course for a ship, aircraft, or spaceship.
Navigation may also refer to:
- Land navigation
- Air navigation
- Ship transport in general
- Web navigation, the process of browsing and locating information using the hypertext of the World Wide Web
- Navigation system, a system, usually electronic, that aids in navigation
- A man-made watercourse similar to a canal
- Navigation (album), the 2005 debut album by the Irish band Radar
- Navigation: The OMD B-Sides, a 2001 compilation album by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
- "Navigation", the title track of this compilation, originally the B-side of 1982 single "Maid of Orleans"
- Navigation (journal)
- Navigator, the person on board a ship or aircraft responsible for its navigation
- Navigation research, which deals with the fundamental aspects of navigation
- Navigation authority, a company or statutory body which is concerned with the management of a navigable canal or river
- Navvy, a navigational engineer
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