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#SpaceWatchME Opinion: Satellites and the Beautiful Game

The World Cup is the planet’s most widely viewed sporting event.  The 2010 World Cup held in South Africa was broadcast to 204 countries on 245 different channels.  The 2014 World Cup attracted an audience of more than 3 billion people. All those eyeballs staring at screens also make the World Cup one very lucrative
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Vector Names Former Blue Origin Director and Treasurer as New Chief Financial Officer

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