Discussing the “pseudo-satellite”, [NSR] 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.
NSR Graph in Bloomberg Article Underneath its Silicon Valley sheen, Apollo Fusion Inc. may be keeping a toxic secret. The space startup is trying to develop better, cheaper propulsion systems for a new generation of satellites.
NSR quoted in Forbes article “Is SpaceX’s Satellite Internet Project In Trouble?” by Alex Knapp: A report from Northern Sky Research suggests such networks in lower orbits could be pulling in over $4 billion annually in revenue by 2027.
NSR quoted in Stewart Sanders’ The Next Web (TNW) article “The new space race is all about satellites”: Pros and cons of each orbit: 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.
NSR quoted in Science & Tech’s Blog “SpaceX’s Satellite Web Job In Trouble?” -A report from expert company Northern Sky Research study recommends such networks in lower orbits might be drawing in over $4 billion yearly in profits by 2027.