SpaceX launches 60 new satellites from the Starlink internet service


SpaceX launched a new batch of Starlinks using a recycled Falcon 9 rocket to bring Internet satellites into space, and the rocket blasted off from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, in clear skies.

According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, the flight, called Starlink 25, is the thirteenth mission in 2021 for the Elon Musk company and the third time that the Falcon 9 rocket has launched into space.

The missile ignited the nine Merlin engines just before takeoff, sending a huge white cloud blowing from the base, then heading into space. After delivering 60 Starlinks, the first stage of the missile safely landed on board Of Course I Still Love You in the Atlantic Ocean.

Mask, a fan of the Star Wars franchise, named SpaceX’s Falcon 9 the Millennium Falcon from the popular movie.

SpaceX has launched a number of Starlinks each month this year, as part of Mask’s master plan to have 1,500 devices orbit the Earth by the end of 2021, and this will allow SpaceX to provide better and faster internet to the more than 10,000 currently paying customers.

The document said that the service “meets and exceeds 100/20 megabits per second (Mbps) across individual users, and many see latency at or below 31 milliseconds.”


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