Starlinks with “lasers” deployed to orbit. Elon Musk confirm this, see here
News! Elon Musk has announced and confirmed that Starlinks satellite reviews with "lasers" are already in orbit. The CEO of the SpaceX agency also sent an image on his twitter account confirming what he said. You can see the image above. About the latest Starlink satellites launched: The most recent launch of SpaceX was the launch of the 49 Starlink satellites with a Falcon 9 rocket, a successful launch yesterday, January 6, 2022 from CAPE CANAVERAL Florida.
The launch took place at 4:49 p.m. EST from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, launching the 49 stelae to complete one of the constellations of Starlink stalls. "Falcon 9 has successfully lifted off from Launch Complex 39 at Kennedy Space Center, carrying our stack of 49 Starlink satellites to low Earth orbit," SpaceX engineer Jessie Anderson said recently. Of course it was a successful launch, because it seemed like the perfect day for a launch. The weather was calm. The day was clear, in short, everything went well in Flroida, including all the missile commands were executed perfectly, SpaceX enjoying another successful major launch.
Elon Musk's plan with these satellites is to provide free internet worldwide, including in areas where there is currently no internet. These Starlink satellites cost millions of dollars and the costs to complete the project can cost billions of dollars. In any case, referring to today's launch, it was an important launch because it launched a relatively large number of satellites into orbit: 49. The Falcon 9 rocket landed in orbit in a matter of minutes, and SpaceX later announced on Twitter (1 hour and 20 minutes) that the satellites had been successfully deployed.
Regarding SpaceX, we are waiting for the next launch of the agency on June 12, 2022 for the launch of radar reconnaissance satellite into space for the Italian space agency. This happens even the day before a very busy day January 13, 2022 will be an extremely busy day: 37 satellites, objects, research elements, etc. will send space agencies around the world on several major launches. That would mean that at approx. every 2 hours on earth there will be a launch.
We wish everyone success in these launches!
Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 07 January 2022, at 09:01 am Los Angeles time
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