Kepler to Launch Two Groups of Nano Satellites into Space with SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Rocket
Kepler Communications, an entrepreneurial satellite company, plans to launch two separate groups of nano satellites into space. To do this, the company, which cooperates with SpaceX, will use the Falcon 9 rocket to launch nano-satellites into space.
Canada-based entrepreneurial satellite company Kepler Communications plans to launch high-capacity nano-satellites into space to create a satellite-based network with direct IoT connectivity and provide high-speed data transfer. Kepler Communications, which needs rockets to achieve this goal, announced that they are in cooperation with SpaceX.
Kepler Communications will collaborate with SpaceX to achieve the goal of launching nano satellites into space. Kepler Communications, which will use the Falcon 9 rocket manufactured by SpaceX, will place two separate groups of nano satellites into this rocket. This launch will be an important place in the history of the entrepreneurial company as the first launch in Kepler Communications’ plan to build the nano satellite constellation.
A total of 400 kilos of satellite will be transported
Elon Musk, the rideshare system introduced earlier this year, announced that small satellites can be transported along with the Falcon 9 rocket. Kepler Communications plans to deploy a total of 400 kilograms of nano satellites on the Falcon 9 rocket, manufactured by SpaceX. With this launch, Kepler will place the spacecraft in orbit of the sun simultaneously.
Between 2020 and 2023, Kepler Communications aims to deploy a total of 140 satellites into orbit through three stages. One of the reasons Kepler Communications has placed this satellite constellation in space is to help transmit data with other satellite constellations. The satellites installed by Kepler Communications will serve as a transmission system for data transmission with other orbiting satellites.
SpaceX is also planning to launch Starlink satellites into space later this month. The company, which already has 122 satellites, will launch another group of 60 into space. Starlink satellites are being sent into space to provide internet and communication via satellite. Therefore, Starlink satellites sent by SpaceX and nano satellites sent by Kepler Communications can work together.