Back in November last year, SpaceX was cleared by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to place over four thousand satellites in earth’s orbit for a next-generation satellite-enabled broadband service called Starlink. But after a test it conducted in February, the Elon Musk-led company decided it would work better if some of the satellites were placed in a lower orbit. So it wrote up another request to the FCC asking for permission to use a lower earth orbit, and—according to a recent report by The Verge—it’s been approved.
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