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    FCC looks to approve SpaceX’s satellite internet plan /Link

     SpaceX is planning to send up a pair of its own satellites in this weekend’s launch, in order to test a proposed space-based broadband internet service. But if you want get into the broadband business, first you have to get past its U.S. gatekeepers: the FCC. Fortunately for SpaceX, Chairman Ajit Pai is all for it. Read More

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    Published on 14 Feb 2018 at 05:54PM

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