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5G via Satellite

Asia-Pacific Satellite Communications Council: 5G is the next generation of mobile and wireless broadband technology expected to overtake 4G in terms of latency, number of devices connected, access speeds, remote coverage availability as well as energy consumption.

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Sky is no limit for new generation of flexible satellites

Financial Times: The world’s biggest space companies are stepping up plans to capture a nascent market in satellite technology in a bid to make up for plunging sales caused by the cultural shift away from watching television to using mobile phones and computers.

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Analysis | Are smallsats entering the maturity stage?

SpaceNews: The exponential growth of the global market for small satellites with a launch mass below 500 kilograms over the last decade is due in part to a small initial market size. The smallsat market experienced a 23% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2009 to 2018. Even greater expansion is expected between 2019 and 2024.

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Pourquoi Arianespace lorgne le marché des petits satellites

La Tribune: Arianespace lance un service innovant d’accès rapide à l’orbite géostationnaire (GEO) pour une nouvelle génération de petits satellites. La société européenne offre une première opportunité de lancement pour la mission GO-1, qui pourra emporter plus de 4.5 tonnes de charge utile au premier semestre 2022.

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China’s Long March to Space

Reuters: Almost 50 years after launching its first artificial satellite into orbit, Beijing is strengthening its foothold in space. Plans to construct a new space station and send a mission to Mars are underway.

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50 Years After the Moon Landing, Money Races Into Space

Fortune: Fifty years after the Apollo 11 astronauts first walked on the moon, global investment in space is blasting off again. According to new data from space-market specialists Euroconsult, last year 18 countries spent at least $200 million on space-related activities, from satellites to exploration.

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