OneWeb massively scales back constellation plans

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OneWeb is reducing the planned size of its satellite constellation, down from 47,884 to 6,372 satellites. The Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite communications company – which is part owned by the UK government since June 2020, along with Bharti Global and the SoftBank Group – informed the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the reduction …

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