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Russian Lad
30-04-2014, 19:39
Facebook plans to launch over 10 thousand of those soon, globally. The flight height - 20 km.

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Benedikt
30-04-2014, 20:05
[QUOTE=Russian Lad;1304681]Facebook plans to launch over 10 thousand of those soon, globally. The flight height - 20 km.



who is going to regulate who has right of the way?

Russian Lad
30-04-2014, 20:45
who is going to regulate who has right of the way?

What do you mean? Anyone regulates satellites flying on the orbit?:) A country wants a satellite, it launches a satellite. They want to restrict Internet - they will have to be fighting thousands of drones in the near space atmosphere, among other things... Well, that's one of the options they are working on, even if this is stalled or stopped, there are also satellite projects. Netocracy is on the move to engage kleptocracies in a deadly battle.:) Ideas, you cannot kill or restrict them. Not anymore...

http://internet.org/projects

Benedikt
30-04-2014, 20:52
What do you mean? Anyone regulates satellites flying on the orbit?:) A country wants a satellite, it launches a satellite. They want to restrict Internet - they will have to be fighting thousands of drones in the near space atmosphere, among other things...



these planes fly 20 km, the height many commercial planes fly... and if they are up there like a swarm of mosquitos, how are the pilots going to see them. and who will give way/ a megato plane or a pinoplast and super glue flyer dinky toy?

penka
30-04-2014, 21:04
Apropos the mighty satellites. Is all talk done on the missing Malaysian airplane?

Russian Lad
30-04-2014, 21:05
these planes fly 20 km, the height many commercial planes fly... and if they are up there like a swarm of mosquitos, how are the pilots going to see them. and who will give way/ a megato plane or a pinoplast and super glue flyer dinky toy?

Most planes fly at 10-12 km, don't know about any commercial liners flying at 20 km, have a link?:)