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LEO satellite boom: Will the ‘second coming’ endure?

The space communications industry is in the midst of a dramatic transformation, thanks to the advent of space technology companies such as SpaceX, and OneWeb. Both these new-age operators started the trend of manufacturing and deploying compact and less expensive satellites due to advances in design and production techniques. As satellites became smaller and cheaper to produce, mass production turned out to be feasible giving rise to the idea of deploying them in low Earth orbit (LEO) to save further on launch costs and even better, reduce latency. As a result, the concept of operating large LEO satellite constellations took off, transpiring into a mad rush for the satellite broadband market by both traditional players (Iridium, GlobalStar, Telesat) and non-traditional players (Amazon).
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LEO satellite boom: Will the ‘second coming’ endure?
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