SpaceX launched 60 internet satellites

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The Space Exploration Technologies Corporation has launched 60 satellites in orbit as part of an orbital network that aims to provide global Internet coverage.

According to SpaceX’s official website, “Starlink” satellites launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida with a Falcon 9 rocket, have been created to send signals online.

After the split phase, SpaceX landed the Falcon 9 rocket on a “floating drone” in the Atlantic Ocean.

The launch of these satellites means that there are now 180 SpaceX satellites in orbit, making it the company with the largest fleet of commercial satellites in orbit.


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