A satellite for high-speed Internet will be sent to the moon. Mars next in line

The startup said that they plan to create a Solnet system - it will be developed at commercial high-speed

satellite networks. Data is planned to be transmitted at a speed of 100 megabits per second.

This is much faster than the average internet speed in the US. 100 megabits per second is enough for 4K video streaming.

In 2021, there were 13 on and around the moonlanders, orbiters and rovers. There will be around 200 by 2030, creating a multi-billion dollar lunar economy. But this will not work without a reliable connection between the Earth and the Moon.

Kelly Larson, CEO of Aquarian Space

Startup raises $650 seed capital000 and plans to launch the satellite by 2024. Aquarian intends to provide comprehensive data and communication services to various companies. Customers will not need to change their design to adapt Aquarian technology.

So far, some technical details have been released, such as which satellites the company intends to use or how it will deliver them into space.

In addition, the representatives of the company stated thatplan to collect information about the situation in space: they will inform about space debris, space weather and provide scientific data from the Moon and Mars.

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