OneWeb signs rival SpaceX deal to put the rest of its satellites into orbit

Satellite company cooperated OneWeb backed by Britain with the company SpaceX 22222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222222) 428 or 66% of the fleet scheduled for launch.

The veil, according to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, will use the satellite network with high-speed access with low latency around the world, which puts it in direct competition with SpaceXalready watching a constellation of more than 2,000 satellites known as starlink.

expect OneWeb First launched with SpaceX This year, Neil Masterson, CEO of OneWeb: “Thank you SpaceX for their support and determination.

Masterson added, “With these launch plans in place, we are on the right track to build our full fleet of satellites and deliver strong and fast connectivity around the world.”

canceled OneWeb Its plans to launch 36 broadband satellites earlier this month will use Russia’s Soyuz recorder and is supervised by the Russian Space Agency.

The Russian Space Agency, was in an aerial confrontation.

Released separately OneWeban ultimatum quickly dismissed by Business Minister Kwasi Kwarting.

The government said it supports the decision OneWeb It suspended its participation in other projects with Russia after its invasion of Ukraine.

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