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Amazon asks FCC for permission to launch internet satellites

engadget Sunday, 7 July 2019 ()
Amazon is moving fairly quickly on its plan to deploy thousands of internet satellites. The company has filed for FCC permission to launch 3,236 satellites as part of Project Kuiper. The spacecraft would be grouped into 98 orbital planes, and fly a...
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