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Amazon books up to 83 launches with ULA, Arianespace, and Blue Origin

Amazon announced the largest commercial launch deal in history Tuesday, revealing agreements for up to 83 missions to deploy thousands of internet satellites on United Launch Alliance's Vulcan Centaur rocket, Arianespace's Ariane 6, and Blue Origin's New Glenn vehicle.

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SpaceX makes its case for space sustainability with latest Starlink launch

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SpaceX launched another set of Starlink satellites Feb. 25 as the company argues its satellite constellation is consistent with the safe and sustainable use of low Earth orbit.

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Meta Jobs Point To Future AR/VR Headsets With Cellular

Job listings at Meta Platforms suggest the company is exploring next generation VR and AR headsets with cellular connectivity features.

Satellite Broadband Is Expanding. Can That Reduce the Digital Divide?

A satellite launch expected later this year could expand the availability of high speed internet for the nation’s students.The launch of ViaSat-3, a ...

Bipartisan legislation seeks to reform FCC satellite licensing rules

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The top Democrat and Republican on the House Energy and Commerce Committee announced a bipartisan effort Feb. 11 to update satellite licensing rules for the rapidly changing space industry.

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Musk foresees Florida as a home for Starship operations

SpaceX plans to transform parts of NASA's Kennedy Space Center to become an operational base for the company's super-powerful Starship launcher, while keeping a sprawling complex in South Texas as a research and development location for the heavy-lift rocket program, Elon Musk said Thursday.

NASA outlines concerns about Starlink next-generation constellation in FCC letter

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NASA says that SpaceX’s proposal for a second-generation Starlink constellation with 30,000 satellites could lead to a “significant increase” in potential collisions in low Earth orbit and interfere with the agency’s launches and scientific activities.

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FCC: Telecom Firms Requested $5.6 Billion to Replace Chinese Gear

The U.S. government has allocated $1.9 billion to help small telecom providers replace Chinese equipment in their networks, but the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) says these companies have requested $5.6 billion.

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Telesat Lightspeed aiming to break ground early next year

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Landing stations that can connect to Telesat’s planned low Earth orbit broadband network will start being built in spring 2023, according to an executive for the Canadian satellite operator.

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Sohn’s Recusal Deal Gets Tepid Response From Hill Critics

A recusal agreement brokered with the Federal Communications Commission ethics office might not be enough to save Gigi Sohn's beleaguered nomination to become the agency's third commissioner, judging by the reaction from some of her critics.

Connecting the Dots | Getting satellite regulation up to speed

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As part of efforts in the U.S. to bring regulation up to speed, the Federal Communications Commission is proposing revising rules governing how fixed-satellite service operators in NGSO share congested spectrum to avoid interference.

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How The FAA Is Addressing 5G Interference With The 747 And 777

The Boeing 747-8, 747-8F, and 777 airplanes are not yet out of the woods in the 5G interference…

Pakistan is next to halt Starlink preorders

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Pakistan has followed India in ordering SpaceX to stop taking preorders for Starlink broadband services within its borders without a license.

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