Satellite Internet STARLINK

Satellite Internet STARLINK offers to test it

The company, owned by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, was founded in 2015, and the first experienced satellites were launched in 2018. Including from the Kennedy Cosmodrome in Florida.

There are currently 540 Starlink satellites in orbit. They will become part of a group of 12,000 objects and provide the entire planet with Internet.

Starlink users will be invited to subscribe to updates about Starlink news and the availability of services in their region. To do this, enter your email and city code.

Then they will receive a letter with the text: “Starlink is designed to deliver high-speed broadband Internet to places where access was unreliable, expensive or completely absent.”

Beta testing will begin this summer.

People participating in beta testing will receive a user terminal. It looks like a flat disk antenna. It will indicate the best satellite signals to receive. Elon Musk previously described the device as a “UFO on a stick.”

SpaceX board member Steve Jurvetson recently posted on Twitter a photo of an iPhone that discovered five Starlink Wi-Fi networks.

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