Note – The Day of launching has been changed from 10 March 2021 to a new date of 11 March 2021.
After a successful launch by Space X on 4 March 2021, the Falcon 9 Block 5 Rocket Ready to launch 60 more Starlink satellites on 10 March 2021 Space X report. According to the reports the SpaceX Planned to launch 60 more satellites in orbit in the coming next two days.
The previous launch (4 March 2021, Thursday) was done from the launching site of Kennedy Space Center. If this launch becomes successful then, the total number of Starlink satellites in space is 1201.
As the planning of this launch still in a pre-planned mode, hence really this launch is going to perform on 10 March 2021 still on records. How many satellites can be deorbited after this launch, is not confirmed, but as per reports, 60 Starlink satellites are ready for deployment after 2 days?
Falcon 9 Block 5 Rocket Ready to launch 60 more Starlink satellites on 10 March 2021 SpaceX
Falcon 9 Block 5 Rocket is a launching vehicle that is a two-stage to orbit medium-lift launch vehicle. This vehicle is manufactured and designed by SpaceX company in the United States.
The StarLink project is operated by SpaceX company and whose CEO is Mr. Elon Musk. This project is working to provide high-speed internet to users Globally.
As we can say that after coming to this type of high-speed data facilities, many Telecom companies may be in worry about their action plans and the quality of spectrum singles which they are providing. On the behalf of this project, anyone can say that this Starlink project by SpaceX can affect the telecom industry in the coming future.
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