Amazon, which is owned by Jeff Bezon, and SpaceX, which is owned by Elon Musk, are engaged in an orbital feud over the satellite-to-internet project. SpaceX wants to place its own Starlink satellites in a lower-than-planned orbit, while Amazon suggests that this orbit will negatively affect its own project.
Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, the two richest people in the world, have entered each other to provide high-speed internet services to the entire world. SpaceX’s desire to make a change to its satellite-to-internet Project Starlink has met with backlash from Amazon, which is working on a similar project.
For those who do not know, to briefly explain; SpaceX plans to launch thousands of satellites into Earth orbit with the Starlink project, and to provide internet service around the world with these satellites. The company has already sent more than 900 satellites into orbit as part of this project, and has a US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) permit to send thousands more.