December 1, 2020
Science News

SpaceX engineers holding a Reddit AMA on Starlink’s Better than Nothing beta – The Verge

Starlinks ultimate goal is to provide global broadband internet from space
SpaceX will launch a total of 12,000 satellites it needs for its Starlink space-to-ground internet service
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Beginning at noon PT/3PM ET Saturday, a group of SpaceX engineers working on the Starlink satellite project will answer questions on Reddit about its Better than Nothing Beta program. The ultimate goal of the Starlink program is to provide global internet coverage from…

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