Spire describes their business as “a data and analytics company that collects data from space to solve problems on Earth.” Per a release from the FCC today (October 18, 2019), Spire was granted regulatory rights to launch up to 636 satellites in low-earth orbit “operating at orbital altitudes from 385 to 650 km and inclinations ranging from equatorial to polar … Continue reading

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