NSR in the News

November 21, 2018

Huge, high-flying ‘pseudo-satellite’ will stay up for months

Siddharth Shihora, an analyst at the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based space industry consulting firm Northern Sky Research, told NBC News MACH in an email that high-flying drones like Odysseus could be especially useful for military applications. For commercial clients, he said, competing balloon-based HAPS platforms might be stronger contenders.

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The new space race is all about satellites: Pros and cons of each orbit

NSR quoted in Stewart Sanders’    The Next Web (TNW) article: Pros — Their close distance enables low latency broadband delivery, with levels comparable to the performance of fiber transmission. This kind of fiber-like performance will become even more important as satellite capacity growth is increasingly fueled by high-throughput, data-centric use cases like broadband connectivity — instead of traditional video-centric applications. In.

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