Today, on September 3, SpaceX is expected to launch a Falcon 9 vehicle with a batch of 60 mini-satellites to replenish the orbital group of the global Starlink Internet coverage network, the company's website reports.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket equipped with 60 satellites launched around 9 a.m., on Thursday, from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
A spokesman for SpaceX said: "A worldwide network with limited performance and ground infrastructure limitations, Starlink will provide high-speed broadband internet in places where access is completely unreliable, not expensive". SpaceX has revealed that the launch date of Force Base (VAFP) from its first company, Vandenberg Air June 2019, the NASA update has not slipped a single day after more than two months of reviews.More news: LG may show off its dual screen "Wing" smartphone on September 14th
A backup opportunity is available on Friday, September 4.
The launch marks the first Starlink mission this month and SpaceX's 16th mission so far in 2020. There are now close to 700 of SpaceX's internet constellation satellites orbiting the Earth.
Starlink satellites are launched every two weeks or so and are created to provide high-speed broadband internet in remote areas around the world.More news: China pushing to double nuclear warhead arsenal: Pentagon
According to Musk, there need to be between 500 and 800 satellites in orbit before they beam cheaper Internet.
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