NASA is building 4G internet on the moon, so future astronauts can call each other

The agency has contracted with Nokia to bring cellular internet into space. NASA and Finnish telecommunications firm Nokia have announced plans to build a 4G cellular network on the moon. The system is on track to launch in 2022, giving future astronauts the ability to stream high-definition video even when they’re off-planet—and bringing a sustainable human presence on the moon a little bit closer.

Source: NASA is building 4G internet on the moon, so future astronauts can call each other

And look how far we have come in the last 4 years.

In the last 4 years we have seen space commercialized, the United States is preparing the backbone of what is needed for a long term presence on the moon, and if you listen carefully to the video, President Trump is not verifying UFO’s but segue’s into letting the world know our military has equipment that is so far ahead of China and Russia that they are envious of us.

We are seeing it with SpaceX, Starlink, Tesla, Starship, and NASA is going big with a presence on the Moon and Mars. The Nasa Moon Base will be done by 2030. Elon Musk wants to have a million person Mars Colony by 2050.

In the next 4 years, will we finally get disclosure? Are we really alone or is all this tech reverse-engineered extraterrestrial technology?👽🛸

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