Amazon to launch internet satellites on ULA rocket in early 2023

Amazon will launch its first two prototype satellites for a planned internet-from-space constellation in early 2023. A new rocket from Boeing-Lockheed’s United Launch Alliance (ULA) will be used. The prototype satellites will be part of Amazon’s Kuiper network, which is a planned constellation of 3,236 low-Earth orbiting satellites that will beam broadband internet to the world’s remote parts.