SpaceX sent more Star Link satellites into space
Elon Musk’s company SpaceX has sent more StarLink satellites into orbit in the new year, despite all the criticism.
SpaceX launched the 35th batch of 49 StarLink satellites from the Kennedy Space Center in the US state of Florida on a Falcon 9 rocket. These table-sized satellites are lined up on board 1 hour and 20 minutes after takeoff.
StarLink is a group of in excess of 1,800 satellites pointed toward giving Internet access all over the planet, particularly in regions without admittance to the Internet.
Be that as it may, Elon Musk, organizer of the SpaceX and StarLink project, says the cutting edge StarLink task will send around 42,000 StarLink satellites into low-Earth circle.
Elon Musk declared on his Twitter account that the satellites had become orbital with the activity.
SpaceX sent more Star Link satellites
Prior, SpaceX had sent off a sum of 204 StarLink satellites into space last year, of which 52 satellites were sent off on December 18, 48 satellites on December 2, 53 satellites on November 13 and 51 satellites on September 14.
As a beta assistance of this task, StarLink Internet administrations are being given in 23 nations all over the planet.
Elon Musk’s send off of the StarLink satellite into space has been reprimanded by different space offices and states.
SpaceX sent more Star Link satellites into space 2022
Last month, the European Space Agency warned SpaceX that the launch of thousands of communications satellites by Starlink would reduce space for competing companies.
China had complained to the European Space Agency about SpaceX, saying that Star Link satellites could cause a collision in space. And the collision between the Chinese space station and these satellites has survived.
The head of the European Space Agency says Elon Musk is setting new rules for the emerging commercial space industry.
Elon Musk reacted to analysis of the Star Link project by saying that space was immense and could hold billions of satellites. The Star Link Internet Service Project has arisen as a viable impediment in the method of rivals in the space business.
We have not prevented anybody from sending business satellites and keeping in mind that we are not preventing anybody from doing as such, we likewise expect them not to disrupt the general flow of our undertaking.