Satellite TV here in the UK is booming business and no longer do its citizens just think of Sky TV whose rather expensive services have been without much competition for a long time, but now think of TV from all of Europe and the Middle East. Now, satellite dishes are the size of a large Frizbee, the receiver is the size of a notebook, and using the system is as easy as operating a microwave. By 2000 Hughes Space and Communications (now Boeing Satellite Systems) had built nearly 40 percent of the satellites in service worldwide. The Air Force’s Project RAND eventually released the above report, but did not believe that the satellite was a potential military weapon; rather they considered it to be a tool for science, politics, and propaganda.
Anyone can install it on their laptop and watch world satellite TV in any part of the world with …