Internet support from Elon Musk to Ukraine

Elon Musk announced that he has activated the satellite internet system Starlink in Ukraine.

Elon Musk, the founder of the American space shuttle and rocket manufacturer SpaceX, announced that he has opened the satellite internet system project Starlink for use in Ukraine.

Ukraine’s Minister of Digital Transformation Mihaylo Fedorov shared a post by tagging Musk on his official Twitter account.

Fedorov shared, “While you are trying to colonize Mars, Russia is trying to invade Ukraine! While your rockets are successfully descending from space to earth, Russian rockets are landing on Ukrainian civilians! Requesting you to provide your Starlink stations to Ukraine and raise sane Russians to their feet. we do.” used the phrase.

In response to Fedorov’s post, Musk said, “The Starlink service is currently active in Ukraine. More terminals are on the way.” gave the answer.

SpaceX, founded by Elon Musk, plans to establish a network of 12 thousand satellites in earth orbit with Starlink satellites. The project is targeted to be completed in 2027.

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Starlink is a satellite constellation built by the American satellite company SpaceX to provide satellite internet access. The constellation will work with ground stations and will consist of thousands of small mass-produced satellites.

SpaceX company plans to use some of its satellites for exploration and science purposes and to sell some of its satellites to the armies.

Development of the product began in 2015, and the first two prototype satellites were tested with a test flight in February 2018. The second set of test satellites and the first major deployment included 60 small satellites, and this flight took place on May 24, 2019 (UTC).

Starlink research, development, production and orbital control operations are all conducted at SpaceX satellite development facilities in Redmond, Washington.

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