Taking on SpaceX, Amazon to invest $10 billion in satellite broadband plan
Amazon.com Inc <AMZN.O> said on Thursday it will invest more than $10 billion to build a network of 3,236 satellites that will provide high-speed broadband internet services to people around the world who lack such access.
Okay, I lied about the 'good news' part, but it seems Project Kuiper, Jeff Bezos--ala Amazon--is off and running now approved to begin launching 3,236 LEO satellites to compete with Elon Musk's Starlink orbital garbage patch. That way, Amazon can assist with other folks plans to obscure the sun to reduce global warming, while supplying low cost broadband internet, 5G, and other great stuff for all--no doubt advertisement free, without collection of personal data, or control of data flow, in any way, shape, or form.
With such innovation and capitalistic
P.S.: I'm kind of surprised other up and coming tech nations haven't begun similar plans. If they don't elbow out the competition soon, they;ll never be able to wedge their way in their with so many orbital paths taken...and lose their chance to help obscure all astronomical investigation while making space launches have to play out like a game of Asteroids