Internet satellites are as big as double-decker buses and cost hundreds of millions of dollars to build and launch.
As a result, it only makes economic sense to place legacy satellites over population centers.
Astranis improves access to internet connectivity by making smaller and more powerful satellites at a fraction of the cost.
This approach allows us to build our satellites in 12-18 months, about five times faster than our competitors.
Thirty-nine percent of Alaskans don't have reliable access to internet— the highest rate of any U.S. state — and thousands live with no access at all. We're working to change that with an incredible partner, Pacific Dataport, Inc.