LUBY-BETMONT, France — SpaceX has asked U.S. regulators to approve modifications to its proposed second-generation Starlink constellation that offer higher-density coverage to rural areas from inclined orbits without additional satellites.
SpaceX is proposing two mutually exclusive constellations to get the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) started on a review before SpaceX decides which to pursue.
SpaceX said neither option requests additional frequency rights, nor do they pose new frequency-interference issues with competing low-orbit constellations of broadband satellites either in . . .
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