Amazon Launched its First Internet Satellite | TTC

Amazon launched its first Internet satellite in competition with Elon Musk’s Starlink’s satellites. In this regard, Amazon has sent two of the best internet satellites into space. Amazon plans to send more than 3,000 satellites to space and establish a vast network of internet.

Amazon has announced competition with SpaceX, owned by Elon Musk, by sending two of its test satellites to space. These satellites have been sent by Amazon from Florida, America.

According to Amazon, their project will be completed by the end of 2024. They named this project, Project Kuiper. According to their license, they will send more than 3,200 satellites to space by July 2026. Amazon Kuiper Network which is mainly aimed at providing service to the areas where there is no sign of signals before.

Amazon Launched its First Internet Satellite | TTC
Project Kuiper by Amazon.

The Amazon Kuiper network is the first competitor to SpaceX Starlink’s satellites, which has previously launched such satellites only. This Starlink is owned by Elon Musk. But now the owner of Amazon, Jeff Bezos will also send their satellites to space.

Amazon Launched its First Internet Satellite | TTC
Jeff Bezos, the owner of Amazon.

Experts say that the next era is the era of satellites in which we will be able to communicate with each other with the help of these satellites. The mobile phones and networks we use today will become obsolete in a few years and will be replaced by satellite-connected mobiles who will not face any problem in receiving service or signal. It is further said that currently there are many areas where service and signals are not available but this will not be the case in future. Communication will be possible with the help of these satellites in every corner of the world.

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