SpaceX Gets FCC Approval For Satellite Broadband Internet Service

Posted: Feb 15 2018, 8:12am CST | by , in Technology News

 
SpaceX Gets FCC Approval for Satellite Broadband Internet Service
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US Regulating Authorities persuaded by SpaceX to Approve of Satellite Net Plan

SpaceX has just finished the launch of the most powerful rocket known to mankind this month. Now it also has the backing of the regulation authorities regarding satellite Internet.

The FCC chairman gave the go-ahead signal to Elon Musk regarding this business venture, according to Reuters. SpaceX will be providing access to broadband facilities via satellite in the United States and the rest of the global village with the passage of time.

Satellite technology is the best method of reaching all those far-off places where normally the service cannot penetrate such as rural and rustic regions.

SpaceX head honchos alongside Musk told the FCC that two satellites would be launched on one of the Falcon 9 space rockets. The takeoff is set for Saturday in California.

The rocket will basically carry the PAZ satellite as well as other smaller sophisticated technological stuff. The spokespersons of SpaceX were not available to comment on the matter just yet.

On February 6th, the most powerful of rockets got launched by the company. This was none other than the Falcon Heavy and the site of launch was Florida. It was a very tall rocket with a huge capacity for space travel. It also carried a Roadster prepared by Musk’s EV company Tesla Motors.

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