Planetary Pros: Interplanetary Internet, a concept still in development, aims to provide a stronger and more efficient communication for future interplanetary missions we they travel further into our solar system.
Using “stepping stone” satellites and relays, it will enable high-speed and reliable data transmission between spacecraft, rovers, orbiters and Earth-based systems, making it easier to communicate, exchange large amounts of data across vast distances within the solar system with fewer losses.
Cosmic Cons: Interplanetary Internet faces significant technical challenges due to the vast distances and signal delays involved.
The time delay for signals to travel between planets can range from minutes to hours.
Deep space communication also requires significant power and requires highly sensitive and directional antennas.