Elon Musk plans to give free Wi Fi to the entire planet, this is how he will do it

Elon Musk, despite all the controversies surrounding him, is a genius and a true businessman par excellence. One of his many attempts is obviously his famous and often criticized idea of Martian travel, which, according to him, will soon be a reality. Another of his projects has always been something he has tried before, in a failed attempt by Facebook, among others: the quest to provide satellite WiFi for everyone.

Of course, this idea was inspired by one of Musk's biggest inspirations, Nikola Tesla, who first imagined a way to provide seamless power through space. Of course, that was still something that could not materialize.

However, in Musk's case, the project is about sending top-notch satellites into space, and not a few, we are talking about 4,425 satellites, in a project that will cost a whopping $10 billion.

As for mission details, the satellites will measure 4x1.8x1.2 cubic meters, offsetting the solar panels on board.

Like everything else, when it comes to Elon Musk, and this is what also separates this project from the others, is that he plans to send up a large number of satellites. He's planning to send them all at once, not thinking about testing the waters with a few before sending more.

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