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LEO projects promise rural, remote broadband in just a few years

News | 07/27/2018 3:16 pm EDT
SpaceX launches a demo mission for its Falcon Heavy rocket on Feb. 6, 2018./ Photo via SpaceX Flickr.

Three years after a number of big companies first announced they would launch global low-earth-orbit (LEO) systems that would provide internet connectivity to remote areas around the world, that space is getting crowded including with some Canadian competition.

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