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The large constellations of spacecraft planned for use in cislunar space (on the Lunar surface, in Lunar orbit, and in the vicinity of the Lunar Gateway) require new solutions for positioning, navigation and timing (PNT). Here, I describe COMPASS (Combined Observational Methods for Positional Awareness in the Solar System), a spacecraft navigation system to provide cost-effective techniques for the positioning of large numbers of spacecraft in cislunar space. COMPASS will use beacons that emitarXiv:2005.09642v1 fatcat:osiqgzbmjbaedel4vnmy66yw5e