An Overview of Commercial Satellite Development

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September 2000. Unclassified. OBJECTIVE. To discuss, at a top-level, the developments in the commercial satellite industry and how existing systems are evolving and planned systems are doing in getting funding, licensing, andtheir business models to enter into service. September 2000. Unclassified.

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18. September 2000 Unclassified This chart is repeated from the fly-out section to remind that the government will continue to be a major customer and that the forecasts of significantly increased commercial demand continue to shift to the right. This chart is repeated from the fly-out section to remind that the government will continue to be a major customer and that the forecasts of significantly increased commercial demand continue to shift to the right.

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