Spacecrafts must be designed to have very precise functionality when it comes to making the long journey to earth’s orbit and even beyond. Even simple vibrations can interfere with the spacecraft’s functionality during pre-launch transportation and powered flight. In both cases, the spacecraft itself isn’t even being powered.
More people are online than ever before. At the turn of the century, there were only around 500 million internet users in the whole world. As of 2015, 3.2 billion people had access to the internet according to an estimate by the International Telecommunications Union. Here's a graph to put that into persective. Almost increasing exponentially!
In spite of all this incredible progress, more work needs to be done. Today around 4 billion people still lack access to the web, according to a report by the World Economic Forum. Even in developed countries like the United States, there are still some 55 million people that don’t have access to broadband internet.
Traditional Use of Cube Satellites
The outer atmosphere around Earth contains more than a 100 satellites that are shaped like Rubik's cubes but are a bit larger. Closely packed with various instruments, these satellites have been launched at frequent intervals since 2013.
Airplane WI-FI is Worse than Airplane Food
Have you ever been on a plane with low quality Wi-Fi? You just want to post a picture from 40,000 feet, but you can’t because of the low speed connection. Bliley technologies has been working with their customers to ensure this is never a problem on their flights again.