Satellite internet service in Ukraine is now in Elon Musk's Starlink System

 

Satellite internet service in Ukraine is now in Elon Musk's Starlink System

Elon Musk activates Starlink in Ukraine

Tech billionaire Elon Musk supports Russia's invaded Ukraine with his Starlink satellite internet service. US entrepreneur and Tesla founder Elon Musk has announced the activation of his company's Starlink satellite internet service, SpaceX, in Ukraine. "Starlink is currently operational," Musk wrote on Twitter on Saturday. More work is being tried to open more stations.

Earlier, Ukraine's Minister of Digital Affairs Mykhailo Fedorov asked Musk to bring satellite internet to Ukraine in the event of a Russian invasion. "When you try to colonize Mars, Russia tries to occupy Ukraine," Fedorov wrote to Musk on Twitter. He is required to activate the Starlink service in Ukraine.

Starlink SpaceX operates close to 2,000 satellites. The aim of this program is to give the most of the world access to the Internet. On Friday, the industry launched close to 50 more satellites. At first it was not clear whether and how the service could actually be used in Ukraine.

Tesla boss Elon Musk jumps at the Ukrainian push. He activated his Starlink satellite for a country invaded from Russia. He responded to a request from Ukraine's Digital Minister Mykhailo Fedorov, who reached out to Musk via Twitter. He sarcastically noted, "While they are trying to colonize Mars, the Russians are trying to occupy Ukraine! While their missiles have successfully returned from space, Russian missiles are hitting the Ukrainians!"

That's why he wants Musk to provide Starlink stations to Ukraine. Musk also had to ask the wise Russians to wake up. Musk was quick to reply to the tweet, responding, "Starlink service is currently operating in Ukraine. More stops on expedition." Fedorov confirmed this some time later and also thanked Ukraine's ambassador to the US, Oksana Markarova, for getting authorization and certification.

Starlink allows stable internet

Due to the massive invasion by the Russian army, Ukrainians fear that their internet connection will soon collapse. However, with Musk's services, Ukrainians can still connect to the Internet directly via satellite. SpaceX has a total of nearly 2,000 satellites in space orbiting the earth at an altitude of close to 550 m. Musk actually wants to take the Internet to remote areas of the world with this service.

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