(MENAFN– AzerNews)

By Alimat Aliyeva

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 launch vehicle has launched another 20
Starlink satellites designed for the orbital grouping of the global
Internet network, Azernews reports.

Since 2019, SpaceX has launched more than 6,600 satellites into
space. Currently, more than 6.2 thousand of them work.

A global project of Starlink, the Internet Network is available
to users in 70 countries around the world. According to the
Pentagon, its services are also used by the US military.

SpaceX, the world’s largest satellite operator, plans to launch
a total of 12,000 mini-satellites into orbit. The project, worth
about $10 billion, will provide access to broadband Internet
anywhere in the world.

At the next stage, the company plans to increase the number of
spacecraft in the orbital cluster to 30 thousand.



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