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FCC Gives SpaceX The OK

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FCC Gives SpaceX The OK

FCC Gives SpaceX The OK

According to Broadcasting and Cable, The FCC has granted SpaceX's application to operate a constellation of satellites at lower Earth orbit than the FCC previously authorized.

In November 2018 the commission approved SpaceX's application to deploy constellations of non-geostationary orbit constellations of satellites to deploy and operate a worldwide broadband delivery service.

Google was a big investor in SpaceX, presumably to get in on the satellite broadband play.


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