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Unhackable Quantum Satellite based QKD network race among China, Japan,United States, Canada, and EU

Quantum communication  technology is considered to be unbreakable and impossible to hack. However long distance national quantum communication technology requires Quantum Satellite based Communication networks. Many other countries like United States, Canada, Japan, Russia and some EU countries are all racing to develop quantum communication networks as they are virtually un-hackable. Quantum …

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Hybrid Satellite-Cellular for Internet and IoT networks

One of the great challenges facing governments around the world is how they should ensure equitable access to the internet for their population – whether they are in the centre of the capital city, or in a remote village – with minimal infrastructure. The choice of a satellite telecommunications system …

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Rising rocket launches damaging ozone and altering climate

In 2021, there were 146 space launches, out of which 51 were from the U.S., 55 from China, and 25 from Russia. The launches are expected to rise, which can deteriorate the ozone layer, thus, creating a detrimental effect on the Earth’s climate.   So far, the environmental impacts of …

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Space tourism for Leisure and Buisness

Space tourism is human space travel for recreational purposes.  There are several different types of space tourism, including orbital, suborbital, and lunar space tourism. Space Tourism Market lets travelers travel in and across the Earth’s orbit for leisure, recreation, or significant business purposes. In addition, it will probably make travel …

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Satellite-based cloud computing deploying Datacenter on Satellites for Edge and Fog Computing

Constellations of satellites are being proposed in large numbers; most of them are expected to be in orbit within the next decade. They will provide communication to unserved and underserved communities, enable global monitoring of Earth and enhance space observation.   Constellations have their greatest potential in the communication field. …

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Entry, Descent, and Landing (EDL) technologies critical for Mars missions

Landing on Mars is hard. Only about 40 percent of the missions ever sent to Mars – by any space agency – have been successful. Entry, Descent, and Landing – often referred to as “EDL” – is the shortest and most intense phase of the Mars 2020 mission.   It begins …

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Satellite Communication market trends

Satellites play a crucial role to improve lives in today’s digital economy. Nearly every industry relies upon satellite technology in some way — from agriculture to banking to transportation. Satellites help save lives in emergencies and provide critical knowledge about how to better protect the environment.   Satellite communication refers …

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Satellite-Terrestrial integrated Networks (STNs) complement 5G networks in unserved or under-served areas and Military

It is projected that soon we will have online more than 6 billion people, 30 billion devices and 50 billion machines. We are moving towards fully “connected world” that’s essentially everyone and everything connected, across every geography, supporting every application from consumer broadband, mobile gaming and connected cars to global …

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Satellite Internet-of-Things (IoT) network will provide true global IoT connectivity for commercial and military

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers (UIDs) and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. The Internet of things Network is a digital …

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Space-based solar power (SBSP, SSP) technology breakthroughs enable unlimited renewable electricity.

The increasing energy demands to support continued (and sustainable) global economic growth, thrust for renewable power because of environmental/climate concerns, has inspired researchers to look for fundamentally new energy technologies. Space-based solar power (SBSP, SSP) is the concept of collecting solar power in outer space by solar power satellites (SPS) …

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