Co-founder of Israeli startup Skyfi, Raz Itzhaki Tamir, gestures during a demonstration in an anechoic chamber where the company performs tests on their development, the first self-correcting antenna that can turn mini-satellites into powerful transmitters covering the globe to provide worldwide internet access. Photo: Reuters

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Co-founder of Israeli startup Skyfi, Raz Itzhaki Tamir, gestures during a demonstration in an anechoic chamber where the company performs tests on their development, the first self-correcting antenna that can turn mini-satellites into powerful transmitters covering the globe to provide worldwide internet access. Photo: Reuters
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