SpaceX put 60 Starlink communications satellites into orbit

Satellites should become part of the global communications system to provide Internet access.

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket went into space along with 60 Starlink satellites, which should be part of the communications system being created by the company.

The launch, from the Kennedy space center in Florida, was the 13th Starlink mission.

The company states that the goal of Starlink is to create a network that will help provide reliable and affordable Internet access around the world, especially in remote and rural areas where there is no other access to the worldwide web.

It is reported that the satellites were put into orbit about an hour after launch.

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