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NASA funds Nokia to take 4G network to the moon

The years’ old tech giant Nokia plans to install a 4G cellular communication network on Moon which will enable high-speed internet connectivity for the visitors if any.

NASA has been working on the same mission and has certainly kept aside a budget of $370 million out of which only $14.1 million is given to Nokia to build a 4G network infrastructure for the Moon.

The service will allow for communications between lunar landers, rovers, habitats, and astronauts. The system can also be used for spacecrafts too.

NASA has thoughtfully selected a handful of 14 American companies along with several small businesses

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to develop a varied range of technologies that will assist and ensure the success of Artemis operations on Moon. 

The agency wants to develop new technologies for the moon quickly as part of its goal to have astronauts working on a lunar base by 2028.

NASA intends to return humans to the moon by 2024. 

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