OneWeb strategic partners portrait
Craig Clark, founder and CEO of Scotland’s Clyde Space Ltd., gives an interview during the 2015 UK Space Conference. Credit: Imperative Space/SpaceNews
SpaceX founder Elon Musk  made a splash in January when he announced plans to circle the globe with a consolation of Internet-delivery satellites. Since then, additional details have been relatively few and far between. Credit: SpaceNews illustration by Lance Marburger
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, speaking July 7, 2015 at the International Space Station Research and Development Conference. Credit: CASIS video still
OneWeb CEO Greg Wyler (left) and senior executives from the company's roster of strategic partners. Credit: OneWeb
OneWeb strategic partners portrait
Mark Dankberg (right), Lt. Gen. Mike Hamel, vice president and general manager of commercial space at Lockheed Martin (center). Credit: SpaceNews/Tom Kimmell
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Spire Chief Executive Peter Platzer
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OneWeb emphasizes lower latency as an advantage its proposed constellation of low-orbit satellites have over traditional geostationary communications satellites. Credit: OneWeb video
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Chris Quilty. Credit: Raymond James and Associates
Demonstrating a penchant for staying ahead of a curve that may or may not exist, some  Wall Street analysts take it as a given that Google, Facebook, SpaceX, OneWeb and others  will raise the billions of dollars of infrastructure costs, clear regulatory hurdles and bring platforms into service before the end of the decade. Credit: SpaceNews graphic