SpaceX Starlink Plans to Surpass 100,000 Users

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk said on Monday (23rd) that the Starlink project (Starlink) has grown rapidly in less than a month, with 10,000 users breaking through to 100,000, a record With a new milestone, the opening of global services is just around the corner.

Musk posted on Twitter that the number of users who joined the Starlink project exceeded 100,000 for the first time. In addition to the United States, they have also served in 14 countries or regions including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and India. Currently, they are actively applying for other services. National service license, realizing global service is just around the corner.

The Starlink project is currently open for beta in the United States, with a low-latency upgrade to increase the connection speed by 20 milliseconds. Starlink plans to open consumers to join at the end of last year, and recently plans to expand its service scope to aviation, navigation and truck logistics.

A federal document last week showed that SpaceX intends to use Starship as the main vehicle to put the second-generation Starlink satellite into orbit. At present, SpaceX has launched 1,740 satellites, and plans to add about 30,000 satellites to the second-generation Starlink system.

SpaceX Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell announced in February last year that the company may spin off the Starlink project business and conduct an IPO in the next few years.

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Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk said on Monday (23rd) that the Starlink project (Starlink) has grown rapidly in less than a month, with 10,000 users breaking through to 100,000, a record With a new milestone, the opening of global services is just around the corner.

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