Smaller Satellites (SmallSats and CubeSats) and Low Earth Orbit Revolutionize Telecommunications, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

Until recently, satellites orbiting the Earth were large, heavy craft.  In recent years, however, a growing fleet of smaller satellites has been launched, ranging from the size of kitchen refrigerators down to golf balls.  These relatively tiny SmallSats have an exponentially growing number of uses and, thanks to their miniaturization coupled with rocket technology innovation, are far cheaper to launch and maintain than ever before.  A class of the smallest SmallSats are called CubeSats, which, according to NASA, refers to a class of nanosatellites that use a standard size and form factor.  The standard CubeSat size uses one standard module…

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