FCC Clears SpaceX For Massive LeoSat Network

Credit: Artist's concept: SpaceX
CAPE CANAVERAL—The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has cleared SpaceX to operate a megaconstellation of small satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO) to provide global, high-speed broadband services. But the FCC stipulated that half the company’s planned 4,425-member network needs to be in orbit...

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