Elon Musk claims, it is expected to be about 40 percent faster than optical fiber. It has been found that its speed is about 97 percent of the speed of light.
As Elon Musk claims, Starlink is expected to be about 40 percent faster than optical fiber.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has claimed that the satellite-based Internet service Starlink will have the capacity to transfer data at speeds as fast as light. Currently, the Starlink network relies on a dish, satellites and ground stations, Gizmochina reported. The company aims to get rid of these ground stations, which are making fast data transfer difficult due to the long time taken to communicate with satellites.
With the laser, the transmission speed, as Musk claims, is expected to be about 40 percent faster than with optical fiber, the report said. As a result, we can see faster internet transfer capacities without the need to touch the ground. Considering Elon Musk’s statement and calculating the speed based on the current speed along the optical fiber, Starlink will be able to transfer data packets at 180,832 miles per second. It has been found that its speed is about 97 percent of the speed of light.
Starlink will offer great bandwidth
Elon Musk has claimed that Starlink will soon remove the ground station element from across the Arctic and offer enough bandwidth. Recently, Musk has said on Twitter that his aerospace company SpaceX may soon launch Starlink in India. Musk responded to a Twitter post that the company is exploring how the regulatory approval process in the country will work for Starlink.
Starlink recently shipped 100,000 terminals to customers. The objective of this project is to offer global broadband connectivity through a cluster of satellites.
SpaceX’s Inspiration 4 mission to launch on September 15
Elon Musk’s SpaceX is all set to launch its first all-civilian mission Inspiration 4 into class on September 15. The Inspiration 4 mission team said in a tweet, “Hastec Inspiration 4 and Atdarate SpaceX have checked our flight readiness and remain on track for launch.” Earlier this year in February, SpaceX announced a charity-operated mission called Inspiration 4, which will be commanded by Jared Isaacman and include three more. They will orbit the planet every 90 minutes in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule with a customized flight path.
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