Nokia says it will launch what service on the moon later this year? Answered
Nokia says it will launch what service on the moon later this year?
The options that are given for this Bing homepage quiz are listed below:
A: Shuttle to the ISS
B: Satellite launch pads
C: 4G internet
The correct answer is 4G internet.
See The Reason for That answer below:
Nokia has announced its plans to launch a 4G mobile network on the moon to support lunar exploration and eventually pave the way for human presence on the planet. The Finnish telecommunications giant intends to launch the network on a SpaceX rocket in the near future. The network will be powered by an antenna-equipped base station in a Nova-C lunar lander designed by Intuitive Machines, a US space company, as well as a solar-powered rover.
The lander and the rover will establish an LTE connection, enabling astronauts to communicate with one another and with mission control, control the rover remotely, and stream real-time video and telemetry data back to Earth. The Shackleton crater, located on the southern limb of the moon, will be the location of the infrastructure.
Nokia stated that the technology is built to withstand space’s extreme conditions and will be used as part of Nasa’s Artemis 1 mission, which aims to send humans to the moon’s surface for the first time since 1972. The goal is to demonstrate that terrestrial networks can meet the communication needs of future space missions.
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