To explore space we must develop better tools to handle delays in communication arising from huge distances: this is communication’s next frontier.
But don’t get too excited just yet.
This launch won't be utilizing pre-launched rockets, however.
Some of the satellites will be in space for another million years.
Today’s launch will be the second time SpaceX reuses a rocket booster.
The commercial space race is getting even more competitive.
This debris could be disastrous for our space missions.
The previous record of 37 satellites in a single day seems pretty lame in comparison.
Big possibilities come in small packages.
Much of what we take for granted today would astonish the people of the early 20th century. How they would react to motorized prosthetics, the Internet, or a combination phone/camera/computer that fits in your pocket. In that spirit, here’s an infographic of today’s technology as it might have been imagined by the futurists of yesteryear.
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