Elon Musk Launches Its Internet Project From Space
Elon Musk’s exclusive space company SpaceX is taking the first step to launch the Internet project from space named Starlink.
Elon Musk is beginning to send the first satellites that will perform his mission Starlink’s mission to space from space that seems to be imagined to some.
Elon Musk launches its internet project from space
Musk is preparing to launch the first leg of the project for the internet project from space, which has been mentioned by Elon Musk in recent times and is not realized by many people. SpaceX company aims to provide internet access thanks to satellites placed in space with this project called Starlink. Aiming to wrap around the earth with 12,000 satellites, the company accelerated its efforts to send 60 satellites to the low earth orbit for the first phase.
Elon Musk wants to offer wireless internet to people at high speeds with the internet project from space he wants to realize for a long time. For this purpose, the company launched the TinTin A & B satellites in low-earth orbit for testing purposes in 2018 as part of the PAZ mission.
Finally, Elon Musk, who shared a photo of the satellites placed in the transport section of Falcon 9, wants to place the 12 thousand satellites in two different groups as 4.225 units and 7.518 units, which are required to be placed in orbit, within the scope of this project called Starlink which will be realized within the SpaceX company. After releasing the satellites to the desired heights, the Falcon 9 rocket is planned to land vertically on a platform above the sea.
Elon Musk is so excited for his Starlink mission
The first launch for the internet project from space Cape Canaveral Base in Florida Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Internet satellites of the weight of 227 kg, the navigation system, and these satellites can determine the trajectory of trash can automatically determine and avoid the maneuver. Elon Musk is very excited for the installation of satellites that will be destroyed by burning 95 percent in the case of falling to Earth.