US regulator allows SpaceX to deploy second-generation Starlink satellites
Washington, December 2, 2022, 03:23 — REGNUM The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved a request to deploy up to 7.5 thousand second-generation Starlink satellites of the American company SpaceX, which is headed by an entrepreneur Elon Muskreported on December 1 on the website of the regulator.
The statement says the move will ensure that the country’s population has access to next-generation satellite broadband. In addition, the FCC’s decision should protect U.S. satellite terrestrial operators from harmful interference and also support “safe space environment” and preserve its resources for a long time.
As reported IA REGNUMOn November 11, CBC broadcast that all three northern territories of Canada will have access to high-speed satellite Internet in the first quarter of 2023 as part of the deployment of the Starlink system.
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