After five days of weather delays, on Sunday, Sept. 18, SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. This mission sent an additional 54 satellites to orbit to expand its global broadband.
Starlink currently has over 3,000 satellites in orbit. SpaceX has been working rapidly to expand their constellation of satellites with launches occurring very often, almost every week. SpaceX has already exceeded their 2021 record of 31 launches, the most liftoffs in a year.
As of July, Starlink broadband is available in 36 countries including significant coverage in the US, Mexico, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
On the map, you can see that SpaceX plans to continue to significantly expand its coverage in 2023, including the rest of the US. Musk recently tweeted that he plans to have as many as 100 launches in 2023.
Starlink will be used on all Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Silversea Cruises ships as a result of their partnership. It will take until 2023 for it to be installed on all the vessels.
Also, T-Mobile has partnered with SpaceX to bring more cell-phone connectivity to dead zones by enabling cell phones to connect to SpaceX’s Starlink satellites.
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