SpaceX Wants FCC Approval of 1 Million Satellite Broadband Earth Stations

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Photo: Ars Technika/Getty Images

SpaceX is looking to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a blanket license to operate up to 1 million fixed earth stations for its Starlink satellite broadband constellation. The application was filed under SpaceX Services, a SpaceX sister company. GeekWire reported on Friday that the application was published by FCC.report.

Last year, SpaceX received FCC approval to launch 7,518 Starlink satellites. Additionally, SpaceX was set to raise $500 million in additional Starlink funding.

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