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Je kan een satelliet kopen: de Terrestar-1.

De firma die de satelliet in de ruimte bracht, is namelijk failliet.

 

Nu wil een team "Buy This Satellite" http://buythissatellite.org die satelliet kopen om in Afrika internet aan te bieden.

Ze willen voorlopig eerst $150.000 bij elkaar brengen via donaties om dat ding te kopen.

Ze hebben nu al iets meer dan $53.000 bijeen.

 

Lijkt mij een leuk initiatief.

Eens kijken of dit slaagt.

 

 

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Nu wil een team "Buy This Satellite" http://buythissatellite.org die satelliet kopen om in Afrika internet aan te bieden.

 

En het hoofdkantoor van dat team zal wel ergens in nigeria liggen.

 

kom op zeg, je gelooft het toch niet echt?

En zou het echt zijn dan hebben ze niet echt goed nagedacht want dat ding moet ook boven blijven en onderhouden worden.

Of zit daar de controlle ruimte ook in? Ik lees dat nergens.

 

 

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euuhh

 

Volgens mij is die 150.000 alleen voor phase 1.

en dat is zoals ik het lees.

 

1.Een business plan op zetten om de grote geldverstrekkers binnen te halen.

2.Het een en ander op papier zetten en wettelijk alles regelen zodat er ook een bod kan worden gedaan.

3.En het eerste salaris betalen van een aantal fultime medewerkers die de eerste plannen moeten gaan realiseren.

 

Dus naar mijn mening koop je dus helemaal niets.

Maar betaal je alleen het startkapitaal wat nodig is om dit te kunnen eventueel te kunnen realiseren.

 

Het echte kapitaal ( waarschijnlijk 3 extra nullen achter die 150000) komt natuurlijk van de inversteerders.

 

Mij niet gezien dus

 

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TerreStar-1 is an American communications satellite which will be operated by TerreStar Corporation. It was constructed by Space Systems/Loral, based on the LS-1300S bus, and carries E/F band (IEEE S band) transponders which will be used to provide mobile communications to North America. The signals are transmitted by an 18-metre (59 ft) reflector on the satellite.[1] It had a launch mass of 6,910 kilograms (15,200 lb),[2] making it the most massive single satellite launched into a geosynchronous transfer orbit, and the largest commercial communications satellite ever built at the time of its launch[3], surpassing the previous two records, both set by ICO G-1 in 2008. Terrestar-1 has since been surpassed in size by the launch of SkyTerra in November 2010, formerly known as Mobile Satellite Ventures.

TerreStar was launched at 17:52 GMT on 2009-07-01,[4] during a two-hour launch window that opened at 16:13.[5] The launch occurred towards the end of the window due to bad weather in the first hour, followed by two aborted countdowns for launch attempts scheduled at 17:12 and 17:34. The launch was conducted by Arianespace, and used an Ariane 5ECA carrier rocket, flying from ELA-3 at the Guiana Space Centre. After launch, the satellite separated from the carrier rocket into a geosynchronous transfer orbit. It will subsequently raise itself into geostationary orbit by means of its onboard propulsion system. It will be positioned at 111° West longitude, and is expected to operate for 15 years.[2] A second satellite, TerreStar-2, is currently under construction and will be used as a ground spare per the Federal Communications Commission guidelines.[2]

Recently a movement has been formed by the NGO A Human Right to purchase TerreStar-1 after TerreStar filed for type 11 bankruptcy. The idea behind it being that the satellite could be used to provide free basic Internet access to developing countries. The team are looking for $150,000 USD in donations to put the first phase of their plan into action. [4]



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TerreStar-1 is an American communications satellite which will be operated by TerreStar Corporation. It was constructed by Space Systems/Loral, based on the LS-1300S bus, and carries E/F band (IEEE S band) transponders which will be used to provide mobile communications to North America. The signals are transmitted by an 18-metre (59 ft) reflector on the satellite.[1] It had a launch mass of 6,910 kilograms (15,200 lb),[2] making it the most massive single satellite launched into a geosynchronous transfer orbit, and the largest commercial communications satellite ever built at the time of its launch[3], surpassing the previous two records, both set by ICO G-1 in 2008. Terrestar-1 has since been surpassed in size by the launch of SkyTerra in November 2010, formerly known as Mobile Satellite Ventures.

TerreStar was launched at 17:52 GMT on 2009-07-01,[4] during a two-hour launch window that opened at 16:13.[5] The launch occurred towards the end of the window due to bad weather in the first hour, followed by two aborted countdowns for launch attempts scheduled at 17:12 and 17:34. The launch was conducted by Arianespace, and used an Ariane 5ECA carrier rocket, flying from ELA-3 at the Guiana Space Centre. After launch, the satellite separated from the carrier rocket into a geosynchronous transfer orbit. It will subsequently raise itself into geostationary orbit by means of its onboard propulsion system. It will be positioned at 111° West longitude, and is expected to operate for 15 years.[2] A second satellite, TerreStar-2, is currently under construction and will be used as a ground spare per the Federal Communications Commission guidelines.[2]

Recently a movement has been formed by the NGO A Human Right to purchase TerreStar-1 after TerreStar filed for type 11 bankruptcy. The idea behind it being that the satellite could be used to provide free basic Internet access to developing countries. The team are looking for $150,000 USD in donations to put the first phase of their plan into action. [4]



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Mijn ouders zitten ergens op een wolk, ik kan eens een visje

héél hoog opgooien of zij wat zien in het onderhoud wellicht.

 

Anders wordt het denk ik helemaal Sateniet(s).

 

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