Amazon plans to launch its first internet satellites in late 2022

Posted on AllSides November 1st, 2021
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Amazon aims to launch its first Project Kuiper internet satellites in the fourth quarter of 2022, the company announced Monday.

The technology giant filed a request with the Federal Communications Commission to launch and operate its first two prototype satellites, called KuiperSat-1 and KuiperSat-2. Amazon said the satellites will launch with ABL Space on its RS1 rocket.

“We’ll soon be ready to see how [the satellites] perform in space,” Amazon vice president of technology Rajeev Badyal said in a statement. “There is no substitute for on-orbit testing, and we expect to learn a...

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