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Microsoft Azure recovered from Office 365, Xbox Live, and other services – GeekWire

A look inside a Microsoft data center at Cheyenne, Wyo. (Microsoft Photo) Thursday afternoon, as networking connectivity errors in Microsoft Azure also took out third-party apps and sites running on Microsoft's cloud. Microsoft's cloud services, including Office 365, Microsoft's Teams, Xbox Live, and several others, are used by Microsoft's commercial customers. The service has begun to recover at 2:30 pm, …

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FCC approves SpaceX's modified StarXX satellite plan – GeekWire

A simulation shows how a constellation of 4,425 satellites can be used for SpaceX's StarLink satellite Internet service. (Mark Handley / University College London) The Federal Communications Commission today approved the revisions proposed by SpaceX in its plan to bring thousands of satellites into low Earth orbit to provide a global broadband connection that will allow the launch of satellites …

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Elon Musk says SpaceX has built a shiny Starship test rocket – GeekWire

What is the illustration and what is the actual Starship Hopper test rocket? The real rocket is on the left – and notice the starman standing next to one of the fins. (Elon Musk via Twitter) For weeks, photographers have been photographing photos of a retro-looking, shiny stainless steel rocket taking shape at the starting point of SpaceX in South …

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Enormous CenturyLink Bad Network Card Failure in Colorado – GeekWire

A CenturyLink data center in Bloomfield, CO. (CenturyLink Photo) A nearly two-day, widespread outage of the CenturyLink cloud network that disrupted the emergency service in Washington and other states was caused by a faulty network management card. according to a customer message. EARLIER: Widespread coverage of 911 outages hits Washington as emergency alerts sent to smartphones Brian Krebs, a veteran …

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SpaceX targets lower orbit for Starlink broadband satellites – GeekWire

The SpaceX satellite plan suggests that the Starlink spacecraft would be in two different orbits, starting with lower orbit satellites at a height of 550 kilometers. (PatentYogi via YouTube) SpaceX aims to lower the bar for its first Starlink broadband satellites to begin deployment in late 2019. The revised plan is intended for Federal Communications regulators commission in submissions seeking …

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Blue Origin's Lunar Landing Program wins NASA's "Tipping Point" Awards – GeekWire

The conception of an artist shows the blue moon lander of Blue Origin on the lunar surface. (196519004) NASA is providing $ 44 million to six commercial partners to support "tipping point" technologies ranging from lunar landing capabilities to space refueling and space service. Blue Origin, the space company was founded by Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos and headquartered in Kent, …

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