Delivering the Internet from space to billions of people who don’t have internet access

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February 26, 2014 by locu5amoenu5

See on Scoop.itPerma-Tech Inspirations

If all goes according to plan, North Koreans will soon have free, uncensored Internet provided by satellites the size of toaster ovens. 

 

That’s part of a project called Outernet, which hopes to launch hundreds of tiny satellites—known as CubeSats—to provide Internet to every person on Earth. Forty percent of the world’s people currently don’t have access to the Web. In a little more than a year, Outernet plans to have a fleet of 24 satellites operational and testing to pave the way for a globe-spanning network.

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