2021 is the year of Elon unbound. That’s according to Time magazine, which proclaimed Musk its Person of the Year as this solar revolution comes to a close. A lot has happened to Elon this year, from the unveiling of his magnum Starship and several high-profile launches with NASA to a petty legal battle with […]
SpaceX is targeting Thursday, December 2 for a Falcon 9 launch of 48 Starlink satellites and two BlackSky spacecraft to orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. The instantaneous launch window is at 6:12 p.m. EST, or 23:12 UTC.
SpaceX’s Starlink has no licence to operate in India and the public should steer clear until it does, say lawmakers
Despite this, Starlink is taking pre-bookings for its satellite-internet service, per officials.
SpaceX has pushed back delivery times for some Starlink preorders and apologized to customers, saying that silicon shortages have slowed production of its internet kit
A Starlink customer said the mid- to late 2021 delivery date he was given was delayed to January 2022.
The 53 satellites launched by the SpaceX booster—which was making its ninth flight—will join a constellation of more than 1,800 satellites now providing Internet service to more than 140,000 customers around the world.
SpaceX has rounded out a jam-packed week of spaceflight activity by completing a record-breaking Starship static fire and first East Coast Starlink launch in half a year less than a day apart.
SpaceX shot 53 Starlink internet satellites into orbit on top of a Falcon 9 rocket Saturday from foggy Cape Canaveral, commencing a new phase of deploying the global broadband network with the first launch into a new “shell” some 335 miles above Earth.
Getting Starlink will be lightyears away for some
SpaceX’s Starlink is planning to roll out 200,000 user terminals in India, as Elon Musk’s satellite internet company seeks to go big in Asia
SpaceX is also planning to launch Starlink in the Philippines, per Bloomberg.
Starlink exits beta, but “silicon shortages have delayed production.”