A Space Race for the Ages
The race to own space is moving at light speed.
Along with it will come profits at light speed too.
You may have recently heard rumblings about dragnet government programs…
Low-Earth satellites snapping pics of your every move.
Conspiracies theorists will scream and shout about this technology.
This camp will cite the project as the precursor to the Orwellian state every red-blooded American fears.
It makes for good headline fodder, but is it accurate reporting?
Not in the slightest.
It’s THE Most Important Technology Since the Internet
Project Blackjack, for example, is the U.S.-sponsored, military-grade, low-Earth satellite network currently in development and awaiting test deployment in the coming year or two.
These low-Earth satellites provide a decentralized communication network that is virtually impervious to disruption from random events or attacks from our enemies.
Both China and Russia have shown they are capable of shooting satellites out of space.
Communication and imaging satellites are the eyes and ears of the U.S. military. If they are destroyed, the military becomes blinded in any potential engagement.
This technology is first and foremost a matter of national security, not a dragnet.
Not Convinced? Then Consider This…
The internet was first a defense project. In its outset the internet was known as ARPANET.
ARPANET was created by the U.S. Department of Defense in conjunction with high-profile minds at MIT for the purpose of creating a safe way for government departments to communicate.
Since then the internet has become the most important invention in a generation. And along with it fortunes were made as this technology grew and scaled commercially.
Low-Earth satellites have the same potential.
The Race for Space Profits
Some of the biggest names in tech are already knee-deep in the race to own space.
SpaceX, Elon Musk’s direct competitor to NASA, is a great success. We can only hope he goes public with SpaceX soon.
That said, you can get a slice of Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin right now by picking up some Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) shares.
You can also claim a stake in this soon-to-be massive industry through Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG). Its subsidiary Loon just struck a deal with Canadian-based Telesat to launch their own network of low-Earth-orbit satellite constellations.
And the opportunities keep arising.
In fact, I already have a bead on a new low-Earth satellite company making its way into the space.
And they’re about to make a BIG SPLASH!
The implications are twofold. This tiny company could become the Ford Motor Co. or Amazon of tomorrow…
And you potentially become a flash millionaire for pennies on the dollar.
Keep in mind this company is ready to launch, but because it’s so small I can only share this idea with select readers.
As such, I’m pulling the info offline tonight.
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