Satellite constellations multiply on profit hopes, geopolitics

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Washington (AFP) – The massive constellation of satellites operated by SpaceX, while still growing, will soon be joined in low Earth orbit by many more commercial competitors, but also government-sponsored programs. When firms floated the idea of expanding access to high-speed internet through satellite constellations in low Earth orbit (LEO), analysts expected only two or three companies would succeed. “But the number of players keeps growing,” Caleb Henry, research director at Quilty Analytics, told AFP at the annual SATELLITE conference in Washington. He said there are now at least eight co…

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