- What latest do you know about the moon?
- What is your idea of 4G network?
- annoying /uh-NOI-ing/
- firm /furm/
- construct /kuhn-STRUHKT/
- operate /OP-uh-reyt/
- feature /FEE-cher/
[adjective] – making you feel annoyed
It’s annoying when we can’t travel on a rainy day.
[noun] – a company or business
Romeo has worked in a law firm for 3 years.
[verb] – to build something or put together different parts to form something whole
The businessmen will help each other to construct a flood defense
[verb] – to (cause to) work, be in action or have an effect
For several years, she operated a restaurant in Manila.
[noun] – a typical quality or an important part of something
Our latest model of phone has several new features.
Meanwhile, the 4G network that is used now on Earth will be improved to 5G soon. NASA gave $14.1 million to Nokia’s (NOK) Bell Labs for the plan. Bell labs that was once run by AT&T, will work with spaceflight engineering company Intuitive Machines to produce the 4G-LTE network.
John Oliver said that 4G would probably operate better on the moon than it did on Earth because it wouldn’t have any trees, buildings, or TV signals to interrupt with the 4G signal. Also, the moon’s cellular network will also be devised to withstand the features of the moon’s environment: radiation, space’s vacuum, and extreme temperature. It will still be running while there are lunar landings and launches, despite spacecraft significantly vibrating the moon’s surface.
- What are the features of the moon’s environment?
- What kind of technology will be situated on the surface of the moon?
- What is NASA’s 2028 goal?
- Who said that 4G would probably operate better on the moon than it did on Earth because it wouldn’t have any trees, buildings, or TV signals to interrupt with the 4G signal?
- How much did NASA give to Nokia’s (NOK) Bell Labs for the plan?
- What other innovations do you think should be put on the moon?
- How can this news be helpful to us?
- Would you consider living on the moon someday?
- What comes to mind when you hear the word “moon”?
- Are you fond of reading stories about outer space? Why or why not?