Elon Musk – the company’s team is trying to send a satellite into space on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, which will allow ads to be sent from Earth.
NEXT YEAR, the CEO’s latest effort will see SpaceX join forces to launch a satellite into low-Earth orbit. The company’s team is trying to send a satellite into space on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, which will allow advertisements to be sent from Earth. Speaking of the satellite itself, it’s called a CubeSat and will be equipped with a display screen to output content it receives from Earth.
SpaceX’s startup, Geometric Energy Corp, adds that screens can also be used to display logos and even art in addition to advertising. Samuel Reid, CEO, and Co-Founder of GEC told BusinessInsider that the rocket that will take the CubeSat into orbit would release it before the rocket reaches the moon. Although it may sound a little annoying for some people because looking up at the sky and then seeing an advertisement is not very interesting, it is certain that this space billboard will not be visible from Earth.
Reporting from Gizmochina (August 14), seen live, the content on the satellite screen will be broadcast live to various online platforms such as YouTube or Twitch through the camera. In other words, the camera will capture and send the content or advertisements on the satellite to the streaming site. In practice, this means anyone with access to the internet and such websites can view the satellite screen.