Schlagwort-Archive: Omnispace

Die wichtigsten Meldungen vom 22. – 28. März 2021

28. März

  • More Satellites by SpaceX and OneWeb Launched Despite Opposition and Catastrophic Warnings (Ungeachtet aller Opposition und [berechtigten] Katastrophen-Warnungen schiessen dem Irren Muskis SpaceX und OneWeb & Co. weiterhin munter Strahlenkriegs-Satelliten in den Orbit)
    „[…]
    On Wednesday morning (4:28 a.m. EDT, 8:28 UTC), SpaceX launched another 60 satellites. On Wednesday evening (10:47 p.m. EDT, 14:47 UTC), OneWeb launched another 36 satellites.
    […]
    This could explain the reports I am beginning to receive of sudden illness that began on Wednesday. I myself was unable to sleep at all Wednesday night, and my body hurt, and itched, all over. I was very ill all day Thursday, and still do not feel well. I have received similar reports from other people in the United States, Canada, Norway, Australia and South Africa.
    […]
    SpaceX: […] More than 1,300 have already been launched.
    […]
    OneWeb, based in the United Kingdom, has already launched 148 satellites, and plans to begin providing service after it has 250 satellites in orbit.
    […]
    OneWeb has scaled back its planned number of satellites from 49,000 to 7,088.
    […]
    Telesat, based in Canada, has increased its planned number of satellites from 117 to 1,671.
    […]
    AST & Science […] does not plan to have as many satellites as its competitors, the power levels of its communicating beams will be much greater. Its application to the FCC specifies a maximum EIRP (effective radiating power) of up to 79.2 dBW, or more than 83,000,000 watts per beam.
    […]
    Omnispace […], partnering with Lockheed Martin and the U.S. military, is also designing its satellites to communicate directly with cell phones. Its brochure boasts that it will “enable the Internet of Things on a massive new scale.”
    […]
    Omnispace has an experimental license from the FCC and has not revealed how many satellites it plans to operate.
    […]
    Amazon’s application to operate 3,236 satellites was approved by the FCC last July.
    […]
    Like AST & Science, Lynk has an experimental license from the FCC and has not revealed how many satellites it plans to operate.
    […]
    Facebook is planning to launch a constellation of small, 150-pound satellites, called cubesats. It too has an experimental license from the FCC and has not revealed how many satellites it plans to operate.
    […]“
    *siehe auch https://www.cellphonetaskforce.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Update-on-Satellites.pdf (d)
    **Nachtrag 29.3.: inzwischen auch in DE verfügbar -> https://giftamhimmel.de/neuigkeiten-zu-satelliten/ (d)
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