The Space billboard that may be Launched by SpaceX is not what you think

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Matthew
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The Space billboard that may be Launched by SpaceX is not what you think

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The Space billboard by the Geometric energy corporation is indeed putting a billboard in space but a cubesat (very small) with a selfie like camera to take pictures of your ad in space. NOT an ad seen from space.

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That is not to say the satellite is not interesting it's crypto based advertising system would democratize it's use.

"You’ll also have to purchase tokens in order to stake pixel space on the satellite. There are five tokens you’ll be able to buy: Gamma, which determines the brightness of the display; Kappa, which determines the color; Beta, which determines the X coordinate; Rhoe, which determines the Y coordinate; and Xi, which determines the time your ad will be displayed.

Folks will also be able to purchase tokens using cryptocurrencies. Reid said that he wants to eventually have Dogecoin be an acceptable form of payment."

https://www.businessinsider.com./spacex ... ncy-2021-7


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Re: The Space billboard that may be Launched by SpaceX is not what you think

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There is another piece of mews about Space X. SpaceX’s Starlink satellites near-misses with other spacecraft are getting ‘out of control’, according to Socrates (Satellite Orbital Conjunction Reports Assessing Threatening Encounters in Space) https://www.independent.co.uk/space/elo ... 9.html?amp
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