Signal-tracking satellite would build its own antenna in space
Satellites that can make their own antennas might make launches easierAndy BowyerBy Chris BaraniukA British engineering firm plans to make satellites that can manufacture their own gigantic antennas in space. They would then be able to monitor radio signals from Earth. The idea, from Magna Parva in Leicester, is to launch satellites with a supply of...
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