Nokia “Connecting Moon”, Nokia wins NASA contract to put 4G Network on Moon
A faster, more technologically advanced system of the 4G cellular network is likely to be set up on the moon. NASA has awarded the cellular company Nokia of the US $14.1 million to deploy a 4G cellular network on the moon. Reports suggest that the NASA scientists have already carried out initial work on it.
Leading cellular company on the Twitter handle has expressed happiness stating that they are excited to have been named by NASA as a pivotal partner to advance 'Tipping Point' technologies for the moon as part of the advance research and development for space exploration.
The main goal is to help pave the way towards a sustainable human presence on the lunar surface.