What Are Satellite Dishes Made from?


The original satellite dishes were made of heavy fiberglass and measured at least 10 feet in diameter. The parabolic reflectors of today's typical satellite dishes are much smaller and are instead made of the lighter-weighted aluminum mesh.
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What Are Satellite Dishes Made From?
Satellite dishes became a part of the American vernacular when Echo I was launched into the earth's orbit in 1960. Since then, satellite dishes have become an important tool in communications. Everything from television to telephone and cell phone... More »
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