Government to buy 20% of OneWeb satellite system

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The government is reported to be proposing to spend $500 million buying 20% of OneWeb, the bankrupt satellite company. OneWeb has launched 74 out of a planned constellation of 648 satellites. If a buyer cannot be found for them, the UK government, as the licensing authority, has to take responsibility for them. OneWeb makes low-orbit …

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