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Brussels bids to boost Europe's connectivity with 600 low-orbit satellites

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The EU wants to launch 600 new low-orbit satellites into space to enhance communication and connectivity for European citizens.

Added on the 13/01/2021 19:56:17 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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