An Elon Musk-owned Aerospace Company named Space x launches 53 Starlink Satellites from California. A SpaceX rocket carried 53 satellites for the Starlink internet constellation into orbit Friday after blasting off from California.
Starlink is a satellite-based internet company that has been building for years to bring internet access to underserved world areas.
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Falcon 9 spacecraft lifted from Vandenberg Space Force Base at 3:07 pm., and minutes later, the first stage landed on a drone ship in the Pacific Ocean while the second stage continued toward low Earth orbit.
Starlink recently announced that they are setting up internet connections for 32 newer countries globally. It shared an availability map for the service, which showed countries marked under different segments such as Available, Waitlist, and Coming Soon. Most countries in Europe and North America are listed under Available, while some regions in South America are under waitlist, which means that the Starlink service is ready to ship in these regions.
Most newly added companies fall in the coming soon category, including Africa, South America, and Southeast Asia.
Starlink has also planned to bring its internet service to India; however, it still hasn’t received commercial licenses in India. SpaceX had initially designed to launch the service in India and provide full coverage by the end of 2021. The new availability map does not reveal any timelines for the countries where the Internet service is said to launch.