Elon Musk, SpaceX and Tesla
Elon Musk is not just some ordinary man. He is the CEO of many companies, including the two top ones. Other than that, he is the richest person alive on the planet. The ideas and innovations Musk comes up with and then bringing them to life has put many of its rivals on edge. Currently, SpaceX’s Starlink project is in front of the evil eyes of different space companies, and a move has been made to bring down the internet-providing satellite project.
The SpaceX starlink project is under threat as Russia destroyed one of its own satellites in a missile test. The debris caused by the destruction is on the verge of colliding with the starlink satellites and destroys them completely. Now the question is whether Russia has its own reasons for the satellite blast or was it planned to bring down the Starlink?
Before we answer the question, let’s have a look at the SpaceX starlink project. Starlink is the name of a satellite network being developed by SpaceX to bring low-cost internet to remote areas. Starlink is excellent for places of the world where connectivity has been problematic in the past. Starlink, which is unrestricted by traditional ground infrastructure, can deliver high-speed broadband internet to places where it was previously unstable or unavailable. It is a network of space satellites that will cover the entire globe. The constellation of 1730 launched starlink satellites is presently giving broadband connection in certain locations around the world as part of a beta-test phase. Recently some more satellites have been launched taking the number to 1844 and still thousands more will be launched in the future.
This network will be like a constellation and it has caught the eye of not only its users but also the rivals. Jeff Bezos, who has launched a same project, has criticized Starlink for sending too many satellites and making the space, a mess for other satellites. In addition, the Amazon CEO has filed a lawsuit against Starlink for launching an excessive number of satellites. Because of the Starlink internet, not only Jeff Bezos, but also other internet service providers, feel left out.
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