• Watch SpaceX launch a Falcon 9 loaded with internet satellites at 11 PM ET

    2 monthes ago - By Engadget

    SpaceX already revealed more about how its Starlink internet-providing satellites will work, and now it has to put the first 60 in space. According to Elon Musk, this is the heaviest payload ever for SpaceX, and each launch will "deliver 1 terabit of...
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  • SpaceX to Launch 60 Starlink Satellites, Aiming to Build Orbital Internet

    2 monthes ago - By NY Times

    The mission is a test of the company's ambitions to create a new line of business by connecting more parts of the world.
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  • SpaceX is going to launch 60 satellites at once, and you can watch it live here

    SpaceX is going to launch 60 satellites at once, and you can watch it live here

    2 monthes ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    SpaceX is continuing its busy year with another rocket launch, and this time it's sending its own suite of communications satellites into Earth orbit that it hopes will facilitate the spread of high-speed internet networks into remote areas. The mission, called Starlink, requires the deployment of lots and lots of pint-sized satellites, and SpaceX will send a full 60 of them into space tonight.
    As with most SpaceX launches, the company will be live streaming the entire event from start to finish. You'll be able to watch the rocket launch, attempted return of the Falcon 9 to SpaceX's drone...
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  • Watch SpaceX launch the first 60 Starlink internet satellites into orbit - CNET

    2 monthes ago - By CNET

    The first of many missions to establish a megaconstellation of satellites providing global broadband.
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  • SpaceX Is Banking on Satellite Internet. Maybe It Shouldn't

    2 monthes ago - By Wired

    The first satellites of Elon Musk's mega-constellation Starlink are heading to space, but the satellite internet project faces tough economics on Earth.
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  • Watch SpaceX launch the first 60 satellites of its massive Starlink internet constellation

    Watch SpaceX launch the first 60 satellites of its massive Starlink internet constellation

    2 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Tonight, SpaceX will attempt to jumpstart its ambitious internet-from-space initiative known as Starlink, by launching the first 60 production satellites of nearly 12,000 planned spacecraft into a low orbit above Earth. These inaugural probes do not have all of the capabilities that the finalized satellites are supposed to have, but their launch will get the ball rolling on Starlink - and should help SpaceX learn what it takes to operate a large crop of vehicles in space.
    “This was one of the hardest engineer projects I've ever seen done, and it's been executed really well,” SpaceX CEO...
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  • Watch SpaceX's 60-satellite Starlink launch tonight right here

    2 monthes ago - By TechCrunch

    SpaceX's launch tonight is being performed for a very important client: itself. Yes, the Falcon 9 that will lift off at 7:30 PM Pacific time is loaded not with government or commercial payloads, but the first of SpaceX's own Starlink orbital communications satellites. You can watch this first-of-its-kind launch here.
    In the launch press kit , SpaceX provided new details of the launch, deployment process, and the Starlink satellites themselves, which have only been described in roundabout fashion via regulatory filings and such.
    Weighing 500 pounds each, the 60 Starlink satellites add up to...
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  • SpaceX plan to bring speedy broadband to the world starts now - CNET

    2 monthes ago - By CNET

    The first big bundle of Starlink satellites is set to launch Wednesday on a Falcon 9. It could be the start of a whole new way to share Elon Musk memes.
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  • SpaceX to launch first satellites for Musk's Starlink internet service

    2 monthes ago - By Reuters

    Elon Musk's SpaceX was due to launch 60 small satellites into low-Earth orbit on Wednesday, part of his rocket company's plan to sell Internet service beamed from space to fund his grander interplanetary ambitions.
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