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Watch SpaceX launch a Falcon 9 loaded with internet satellites at 11 PM ET

engadget Thursday, 16 May 2019
SpaceX already revealed more about how its Starlink internet-providing satellites will work, and now it has to put the first 60 in space. According to Elon Musk, this is the heaviest payload ever for SpaceX, and each launch will "deliver 1 terabit of...
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News video: Elon Musk Reveals Details About Starlink: Surround Earth With Internet Satellites

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Two angles facing left, which often indicate, "return to the beginning." Two angles facing right, which often indicate, "advance to the end." Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to launch its first 60 of nearly 12,000 planned internet-providing satellites on Thursday evening. Starlink, as the project is called,...

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