For HighSpeed Internet, Mission / SpaceX sent 61 satellites to the Earth’s Lower Orbit, including 58 from the Starlink network; These will increase internet speed
- SpaceX is preparing to deliver high-speed internet to the world by sending about 30 thousand satellites into the Earth’s orbit.
- Elon Musk’s company started work on the project in 2018, the project cost around $ 10 billion
US-based private space company SpaceX succeeded in bringing 61 satellites to the Earth’s lower orbit. The satellites were sent into space via a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Center in Florida on Saturday.
These include 58 Starlink Satellites and 3 Skysat Satellites. US-based businessman Elon Musk’s company is building a Starlink satellite network to provide high-speed Internet to the world.
SpaceX and Planet Lab together raised the cost of this launch. Three satellites of Planet Lab have also been sent to Ortib.
Its SkySat satellites provide live updates of selected locations on Earth. Through these, photos of selected places can be taken 12 times in 24 hours, so that events can be monitored there.
Work on Starlink network started from 2018
Starlink is the next-generation satellite network. Which will provide high-speed broadband internet on earth. SpaceX started work on the project from February 2018.
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Elon Musk’s company will install 12 Starlink satellites in Earth’s orbit. After this, the next 30 thousand satellites will be set in an orbit of 328 to 580 km. The entire project will cost about $ 10 billion.