SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites; Nakshatra is already more than 1,700 units

SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites;  Nakshatra is already more than 1,700 units

This Wednesday (24), SpaceX Launched another wave of Starlink satellites into Earth’s orbit. As usual, a Falcon 9 was launched with a rocket, which flew a second time to take 60 new instruments into space. Now, they have joined other units launched in previous missions, creating a planetarium that already totals more than 1,700 satellites.

About nine minutes after launch, the rocket’s first stage returned to Earth and landed on the vessel “Just Read the Instructions”. The B1063 propeller, which was used in today’s launch, is one of the newest members of the rocket family that flies frequently, and now has two launches and landings in its history.

It was first used in used Launch of Sentinel-6 Michael Freelich Satellite, Was done through a partnership between NASA and the European Space Agency. In addition, the mission was the 119th launched with the Falcon 9 propeller and the 66th flight made by a reused rocket. This was the fourth time SpaceX has launched another set of satellites with the Falcon 9 rocket in just four weeks, and this accelerated pace of launch is expected to continue until next month.

Subsequently, SpaceX confirmed that the satellites were successfully deployed into the planet’s orbit.

With this mission, SpaceX already has 1,737 Starlink satellites in orbit, including a total of test satellites. However, it is worth remembering that the company has official authority to expand this number, which should reach 12 thousand units in the not too distant future. This and other launches already made have formed a mega-constellation of satellites that, in the future, will provide high-speed and low-latency connections to users all over the world, even those who live in rural or remote areas Huh.

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Currently, the service is still in beta testing phase and There are already users in the fields In addition to the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.


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