Question Of The Night > 11

An uncategorized post written by Lee Sonogan

Small Satellite Market Is A Potential Game-Changer in Communications

One orbit, with a radius of 42,000 kilometers, has a period of exactly 24 hours. A body in such an orbit, if its plane coincided with that of the Earth’s equator, would revolve with the Earth and would thus be stationary above the same spot on the planet. It would remain fixed in the sky of a whole hemisphere … [to] provide coverage to half the globe, and for a world service three would be required, though more could be readily utilized. (1945) [Predidicting geosynchronous communication satellites] – Arthur C. Clarke

Creating your made internet by laying down your own cables would cost around $150,000 thousand. As there is technology capability orbiting around us with abled use out of our reach.

If a satellite close to Earth is known to suffer from bad latency issues. Will durable commercial cheaper ones be sent further but the link in specific gravity fields towards the atmosphere ‘space junk’ overpassing to more present surface asthenosphere use one day?

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