Starlink, the internet service from SpaceX in Beta within 6 months

Starlink: SpaceX’s Internet Network will Soon be Launched in Beta

STARLINK: SpaceX plans to launch first public tests of Starlink internet network in just 6 months As the world slows down because of the coronavirus, SpaceX seems to be doing quite well. The American astronautical company is pursuing its Internet network project in space more than ever. It has also just launched a new launch of around sixty nanosatellites. According to Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, […]

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These bright spots have been seen from several regions of France

The Bright Spots in the Sky at Christmas would be Satellites, Still Visible this Friday

The night before and on Christmas Eve, strange light spots were observed moving, at regular intervals, in the sky. It will be the same this Friday. Explanations. I promise he hadn’t abused the aperitif on Christmas Day. At the end of the day, on December 25, 2019, in the company of members of his family, Loïc observed a […]

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Launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, January 11, 2019.

SpaceX Launches the First 60 Satellites of its Starlink Constellation

SPACE: With its future constellation “Starlink”, Elon Musk wants to provide internet to the entire planet from space The California space company SpaceX has planned to launch this Thursday the first 60 satellites of its future constellation “Starlink” , intended to provide internet to the entire planet from space, and that could one day count 12,000 satellites. The Falcon […]

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Ariane 5 rocket launches two Satellites but into the wrong place

Ariane 5: The Two Satellites were Sent into Orbit … But not in the Right Place

The two telecommunications satellites on board the European Ariane 5 which took off from French Guiana, was put into orbit, not the right place. The two telecommunications satellites on board the European Ariane 5 which took off Thursday from French Guiana, was put into orbit, but not in the right place. Arianespace  however hoped a future “repositioning of […]

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