Ralph Ewig cut his teeth in space operations at SpaceX, working communications for the first few Dragon cargo flights to the International Space Station. For the NASA missions, the company could use the agency’s Tracking and Data Relay Satellites (TDRS), but Ewig started thinking about communications options for SpaceX’s other customers. Six years later, Ewig, now CEO of Silicon Valley startup Audacy, is ready to flight-test a proprietary satellite radio and ground station ...

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