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Amazon and SpaceX Think Satellite Constellations Are the Key to Faster Internet

But they’re already polluting the sky

A SpaceX Starlink satellite during deployment. Image: SpaceX

YYou may have seen one of the countless articles peppering news feeds about satellite constellation-based internet connectivity such as Starlink by SpaceX or OneWeb. A few companies have deployed their first satellites, and many more, such as Amazon, have filed…

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Alex Wulff

Alex Wulff

I'm a Harvard student, maker, and radio enthusiast. Check out my book on radio communications at amzn.to/341cywA and my website at www.AlexWulff.com

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