“All this incredible growth we’re seeing right now like broadband internet being delivered or soon to be delivered around the world, these safety services… starts limiting what can do from space.”
“If this continues for a while, it starts to make quite a lot of space unusable.” The speaker goes on to say how we are currently living in an age where there has been little progress with exploring beyond our planet.
“We are in the process of building a new space race, but this time it’s not about who can throw their weight around with science. This one’s all up for grabs because there is no single way to get into outer space and once you’re out there – whether by rocket or balloon – whatever happens next depends on what kind of infrastructure was put down beforehand.”
France and Britain have rejected plans for a power cable that would link their countries’ electricity systems. Premierminister Justin Trudeau of Canada said “the project isn’t ready yet,” but he hopes it will be soon so they can continue working together on developing energy resources in the far north while opposing US influence over foreign policy issues like pipelines or trade deals with Mexico.”
“The governments of Europe should have an interest in giving European providers equal opportunities to play on a fair market.” Josef Aschbacher said this when talking about how space would be much more restrictive frequencies and orbital slots.
Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX and Tesla has defended himself from critics who say his companies are wasting money on projects with little return. In an interview with Financial Times, Mr. Musks said “tens” (of] billions) can be accommodated in orbit close to Earth while maintaining their functionality for years down the line.”
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