The New #Starlink Modem Device from #SpaceX and The Starlink Satellite Constellation Development Project are set for Pre-Order. Actual release date is due by 4th Quarter of 2019. Global satellite Service is due by January 2020.
The New #Starlink Modem Device from #SpaceX and The Starlink Satellite Constellation Development Project are set for Pre-Order. Actual release date is due by 4th Quarter of 2019. Global satellite Service is due by January 2020. #ElonMusk pic.twitter.com/YFMC5YbQnR
— Starlink SpaceX (@starlink_spacex) July 5, 2019
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15 thoughts on “SpaceX Starlink Service Starts January 2020”
Starlink now has a website http://www.starlink.com
The Starlink service will be offered to the Northern USA and Canada at the end of 2019 or early 2020 if the six planned launches are completed this year.
Which area they will start first? Asia has nice market as the fiber optic has limited implementation
I want my money back!
Could this article be taken down please?
Seems pretty doubtful at this point – I’ve been kinda watching the Rossi claims for years and I’m pretty sure there’s no ‘there’ there.
Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof – both Rossi and Black Light Power/Brilliant Light Power have been really bad at anything showing their shit works.
Starlink Modem Device can be pruchased on amazon?
Failure rate of early F9R was 100%
While looking into the provenance of this source, I came across a story stating SpaceX is down 5 satellites since launch, with 2 being intentionally de orbited.
A 5% failure rate would be rough for a competitor paying retail for their satellite and not paying minimum cost for launch.
I’d take a faux SpaceX picoprojector post over a Rossi e-cat post most every day of the year.
speaking of which did he ever get his factory set up?
This might be the lowest effort post I’ve seen on this site to date. Quoting a blatantly shady twitter post, and a random youtube video.
That’s definitely a picoprojector and that account seems… shady. I’d pull this post until SpaceX says something.
would seem so
Nice catch. Is the Twitter account bullshit?
This is photo of pico projector from Amazon
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