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SpaceX successfully deployed 48 new Starlink satellites into orbit today, a major milestone for the company’s plans to create a high-speed internet network. These new satellites will help increase the bandwidth and reduce latency on the Starlink network.

“The new batch of satellites was launched on Wednesday aboard a two-stage Falcon 9 rocket, from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida at 08:45 a.m.” the company said.

Watch the whole event here:-

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During the live streaming of the event, the mission’s launch director said: “It’s time to let the American broomstick fly and hear the sounds of freedom.”

SpaceX founder, Elon Musk also tweeted about this successful mission.

According to SpaceX, Wednesday’s launch marked the fourth flight and landing for its particular Falcon 9 first stage.

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Let us tell you, SpaceX has already launched more than 2,000 Starlink satellites since 2019. They will launch more in the near future. The company has permission to launch 12,000 Starlink satellites and has applied for approval for up to 30,000 more.

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How Starlink Works?

Starlink uses satellites in low Earth orbit to provide Internet service. The company sends these satellites into space using its SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

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Starlink largely works through TV-only service technology. For this type of internet, first, the user will have to install a disk, which receives the signal from a mini satellite. Online buffering, gaming, and video calling facilities can be improved with this type of internet.

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