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Our Final Demonstration: All about TARS

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In the last few weeks, Kepler delivered the flight model for the TARS payload to be integrated with the satellite BUS. This major step closes out nearly 12 months of development and production efforts. The next few months will see the spacecraft undergo integration, systems-level testing, and finally launch into orbit to carry-out its mission. And although we cannot yet put our feet up and consider the satellite ‘complete’, we can highlight some of the exciting improvements that were made to the platform.

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All you Need to Know About Kepler’s High-Bandwidth Global Satellite Communications Service

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There are a small number of satellite communications services available today for customers. The bulk of these services are mostly regional and, therefore, businesses have to limit their operations and procedures to the bandwidth and coverage that is available to them. What most companies are unaware off is that there are new Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite constellations that can provide global connectivity without sacrificing bandwidth. In fact, networks such as Kepler’s offer a significantly higher capacity for users needing to transfer large amounts of data for a low cost.

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A Year in Review

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2018 has been one of the most challenging and rewarding years for the team at Kepler. We have gone through what feels like several years of development in a tremendously compressed timeline. This growth was no small feat or a result of luck (debatable), but rather the output of continuous effort and a very real struggle. A struggle that was hard fought with many sleepless nights, debates, and committed team members1 – to whom I can’t afford enough credit.

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Knowing the Destination. Charting the Road.

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We began Kepler in 2015 with a singular mission to build in-space telecommunications infrastructure. Like the railroads that helped settle the western frontier, we believe connectivity infrastructure is an intrinsic good that will be needed to expand humanity into space. As we set upon this Mission, there were early indicators suggesting this future was not so farfetched nor distant.

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