SpaceX Starling satellites are hovering over Plymouth tonight

SpaceX Starling satellites are hovering over Plymouth tonight

Look up into the sky tonight and you will see satellites moving across the sky.

The work of SpaceX Starling has been attracting a lot of attention since multi-billionaire Elon Musk launched the project in 2018. Since then 10, 20, 30 or more objects flying on a train in the sky have been on the rise.

A Plymouth resident took this photo just after sunset on Monday.

Rose Almett told Plymouth Live: “There must have been about 20 people moving in a long line above the Wheatley.”

According to the report, views are likely to be lower in the future.

Starling is said to have reduced the brightness of its low-flying satellites after annoying astronomers.

Starling on Plymouth
Starling on Plymouth

The project saw many things Rocket launching And is designed to provide high-speed broadband internet around the world with less hassles to the earth.

So far, SpaceX has launched a total of 597 Starling satellites out of the planned 12,000 aircraft.

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SpaceX previously explained: “Unlimited global network with higher performance and ground infrastructure limits than traditional satellite internet, Starling access will provide high speed broadband internet to unreliable, expensive or completely unavailable locations.”

SpaceX Tracker
SpaceX Tracker

Here is a list of times when satellites will be visible tonight

4:39 pm, 8 December 2020

5:16 pm, 9 December 2020

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