Elon Musk's SpaceX Introduces Starlink Satellites from California; Starlink Now Available in 32 Countries

SpaceX unveiled a rocket carrying 53 satellites of the Starlink online satellite from California on Saturday, May 14.

The two-phase rocket Falcon 9 left Florida at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 2:10 a.m. IST on Saturday. About 8.5 minutes after takeoff, the first rocket stage landed and was able to land at sea just in SpaceX droneship.

SpaceX launched its second Starlink launch on May 14. On May 13, another Falcon 9 launched the 53rd broadband spacecraft from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, successfully landed on a drone ship off the coast. -Baja California.

The first stage of the Falcon 9 was unveiled and sat for the fifth time on Saturday. The rocket was brand new, not complete the space mission. The launch marks the end of a busy year for SpaceX,

SpaceX has so far launched more than 2,500 Starlink satellites and plans to launch several more

According to the company, the next generation broadband broadband can eventually hold 30,000 satellites.

Initially, it was stated that Indian customers would have to pay $ 99 for Starlink services, which translates to more than Rs 7000. Internet access is said to have a latency of 20 to 40 milliseconds and a maximum speed of 50 to 50 at 150Mbps.