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Low Earth Orbit Constellations Could Pose Interference Risk to GEO Satellites

Jeff Foust October 26, 2015 WASHINGTON — A proposed wave of low Earth orbit communications satellite constellations could become an interference hazard for satellites in geostationary orbit even if those new systems comply with existing rules, some satellite operators fear. … Continue reading

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OneWeb Fails (At Least for Now) To Soothe Satellite Interference Fears – SpaceNews.com

Peter B. de Selding September 18, 2015 PARIS — Satellite fleet operators fear that start-up OneWeb Ltd.’s 700 low-orbiting satellites will disrupt their established businesses by unintentionally interfering with millions of user antennas installed around the equator. Some of these … Continue reading

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Space X and Google, OneWeb and Virgin Galactic, and now Samsung…

It’s time to pay attention to this idea. As OneWeb put’s it: Constellation of satellites — 648 satellites circling the earth will enable affordable access. Faster — OneWeb’s satellites are closer to the earth allowing for better web performance. Coverage … Continue reading

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Internet by Satellite Is a Space Race With No Winners | WIRED

Klint Finley June 12, 2015 Another space race is on. On one side: Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX (and Tesla Motors), backed by Google. On the other: Musk’s friend Greg Wyler, founder of OneWeb, backed by Virgin Galactic parent company … Continue reading

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SpaceX, OneWeb Unveil Rival Broadband Constellation Plans | Space content from Aviation Week

Jan 21, 2015 Amy Svitak | Aviation Week & Space Technology In the span of one week, two space startups that have made good on far-fetched promises unveiled plans to develop competing global satellite Internet systems. Whether there is room … Continue reading

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