PARIS — One of two undersea fiber-optic cables relaying Earth observation satellite data between Norway and the Arctic island of Svalbard was cut at 4:10 a.m. local time Jan. 7 for reasons that cable owner Space Norway could not explain as of Jan. 13.
The 2,400-kilometer-long Svalbard Undersea Cable System, in service since 2004, includes two identical cables that are between five and 10 kilometers distant from each other.
The second cable is working well and both Space Norway and . . .
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