Elon Musk shared the first photo of ultra-fast internet satellites approved by the FCC in the past weeks, with the whole world today. Sharing photos of 60 satellites lined up on a SpaceX Falcon rocket, Elon Musk also reported new information about the satellites to his followers.
According to Elon Musk’s statements, SpaceX plans to launch its rocket on Wednesday. In addition to this information, Musk added that more information will come until the launch day.
Announced for the first time in 2015, the plan soon became a fleet of 12,000 satellites. If Elon Musk achieves his goal and the mission is successful, the internet around the world will become 40 times faster. Because the satellites are in orbit, high internet speeds will be achieved regardless of where people live. Finally, it is worth noting that SpaceX and Elon Musk did not answer questions about the price of the internet service.
Elon Musk stated on his tweet that this flight will be a kind of test, and that 12 more launches are required after this flight in order to provide an average internet coverage around the world. Stay tuned so you don’t miss any news about the launch on Wednesday.