For permanent settlement: Nokia wireless to build a mobile network on the moon

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For permanent settlement
Nokia to build mobile phone network on the moon

Nokia brings mobile to the moon

The reddish shimmer of the full moon shines behind a radio mast. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Central picture/dpa

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In Germany, would be glad to see some of the rural Region over a comparable project location: Nokia is to bring, on behalf of the Nasa mobile on the moon.

Nokia has been chosen according to information from the U.S. space Agency Nasa, a mobile network on the moon. As the Finnish telecommunications group announced, will be set up so that for the first Time ever, a LTE/4G-communication system in space.

This should help to pave the way for a permanent presence of humans on the lunar surface. The goal is to provide the network until the end of 2022 on the legs. During this process, we work with the US aerospace company, Intuitive Machines.

In the framework of the “Artemis”programme, Nasa wants to send up to 2024, an astronaut on the moon, including the first woman. There is to be established by the end of the decade a permanent settlement, to explore the moon even more than before.

With Nokia’s network communication is to be established rates possibilities with reliable and high Transmission, so that, for example, the moon controls the vehicles remotely and high-definition Videos to be streamed. In addition, can be navigated in real-time. These things are crucial in order for the people could long-term be on the moon present, it was said by Nokia. For Nasa to provide insights for the next big step: sending astronauts to Mars.


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