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SpaceX plans to deploy satellite broadband in the US faster than expected

SpaceX plans to change its satellite launch strategy to accelerate the deployment of its Starlink broadband service, a new target for broadband deployment in the southern United States late next year. In an August 30 application, SpaceX asked the Federal Communications Commission for permission to "adjust the orbital spacing of its satellites." With this change, each SpaceX launch would provide …

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Pai's FCC tells cities and towns to stop regulating broadband cable

Enlarge / Ajit Pai, Chairman of the FCC, on December 14, 2017 in Washington, DC, on the day of the FCC's vote to lift the net neutrality rules. The Federal Communications Commission has today directed cities and towns across the country to stop regulating broadband transmission over cable networks. The vote on the approval of Chairman Ajit Pai's plan also …

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SpaceX's first 60 Starlink broadband satellites in orbit – Spaceflight Now

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket takes off from Pad 40 Thursday night at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Credit: SpaceX SpaceX has successfully launched the company's first 60 members of the company's Starlink broadband satellite fleet following a launch from Cape Canaveral on Thursday night. The in-house SpaceX team will be supported by hundreds of other Starlink …

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The SpaceX plan to deliver high-speed broadband starts now

According to Musk, next-generation SpaceX missiles could launch large satellites – or perhaps a smaller one. SpaceX Another plan by Elon Musk to shake up an entire industry will be launched on Wednesday night when a SpaceX Falcon 9 launches the company's first batch of satellites for the company's Starlink broadband network. SpaceX launched a pair of prototype satellites for …

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The first launch of SpaceX, which carries a large number of Starlink broadband satellites, is slated for May 15, according to a senior executive.

WASHINGTON – The first launch of SpaceX, which will propel a large number of Starlink broadband satellites, is scheduled for May 15, according to a corporate executive. Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer, said launching "Dozens of Satellites" added to the current two prototypes that are currently in low orbit. "This next series of satellites will truly be …

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SpaceX reduces the height of the broadband satellite by half to prevent space debris

SpaceX has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission to halve the orbital level of more than 1,500 planned broadband satellites to reduce space debris and improve latency. SpaceX's satellite project, Starlink, aims to provide high-latency and low-latency broadband worldwide. Commenting on the new FCC approval, SpaceX said, "Starlink production is in full swing and the first group of satellites …

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Amazon's global broadband ambitions begin with 3,236 satellites

Amazon has confirmed that it is working to open a satellite broadband service that will serve most of the world. The plans, first reported by GeekWire were codenamed "Project Kuiper." This name refers to the icy asteroid belt between Neptune and Pluto. They called for a total of 3,236 satellites distributed at three different levels of near-Earth orbit. The documents …

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Delta 4 rocket launches 10th WGS broadband satellite from Air Force – Spaceflight Now

United Launch Alliance Delta4 missile launches Friday from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, along with the tenth US satellite satellite broadcaster SATCOM, Satcom satellite. Credit: Walter Scriptunas II / Spaceflight Now The United Launch Alliance put a new satellite into orbit on orbiting Cape Canaveral on Friday night with a fiery blast from Cape Canaveral, drones and battlefield commanders. …

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FCC struggles to convince that broadband is not "telecommunications"

Enlarge / A demonstrator holds a sign in front of the FCC headquarters on December 14, 2017, before the vote on the suspension Neutral neutrality rules. Getty Images | Bloomberg A Federal Communications Commission attorney faced a skeptical jury today as the FCC defended its abolition of net neutrality rules and deregulation of the broadband industry. The FCC General Counsel, …

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