Poor weather expected for SpaceX's Tuesday launch to the space station

SpaceX's next cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station set for liftoff at 3:54 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Nov. 22. Forecasters expect weather conditions to only be about 30% go for the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket and uncrewed Dragon capsule from Kennedy Space Center. The launch opportunity is instantaneous, which requires Falcon 9 to launch exactly on time or delay until a different day.
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1 weeks ago

From tomatoes to medical kit, what NASA sends in ISS resupply mission

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration will send a supply mission to International Space Station (ISS), loaded on SpaceX Falcon 9 scheduled for launch on Tuesday (Wednesday as per Indian time). SpaceX’s 26th commercial resupply mission for the ten astronauts camping in the space. The supply also has a Moon Microscope kit for an in-flight medical diagnosis.
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1 weeks ago

Public version of Twitter at risk of breaking and ‘no one left to fix it,’ say sources: report

The public version of Twitter was at risk of breaking during the night, a source said. This comes amid mass resignations by employees over an ultimatum from new owner Elon Musk. Twitter employee tweeted poignant farewell messages with a salute emoji and a blue heart, announcing their resignation. Musk, also the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has come under fire for radical changes at Twitter.
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1 weeks ago

Starlink’s satellite internet service just got a big downgrade – what you need to know

SpaceX will begin throttling the connections of home internet customers that use more than 1 TB of priority Access data during peak hours beginning in December. This means that you’ll need to carefully monitor how much internet you use each day. You will still be able to connect to the internet and use Starlink.
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3 weeks ago

SpaceX adds data restrictions to Starlink satellite internet service

SpaceX introduced restrictions to its Starlink internet service to curtail data drains of power users. New policy will result in slower speeds for customers who use one terabyte of data per month during peak hours. The service now has two tiers: Basic and Priority.
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3 weeks ago

‘Hot Take’: Elon Musk vs AOC debate on ‘free speech’ took a new turn

US politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) and the Tesla CEO has been on war of tweets. In an early tweet AOC hit out at the SpaceX CEO's advocacy of ‘free speech’ with the charges levied for a verified account on Twitter. In her tweet, AOC wrote, Lmao at a billionaire earnestly trying to sell people on the idea that 'free speech' is actually an USD 8/mo subscription plan.
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3 weeks ago

SpaceX launches Falcon Heavy rocket for first time in three years

First flight since 2019 of world's most powerful rocket since June 2019. Mission USSF-44 was carrying cargo for the US Space Force, including the TETRA 1 satellite. Falcon Heavy was launched for the first time as part of a test in 2018, carrying SpaceX boss Elon Musk's own Tesla car.
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3 weeks ago

SpaceX nails Falcon Heavy rocket landing after foggy military launch

Thick fog shrouded NASA's Kennedy Space Center as the rocket blasted off at midmorning. Both side boosters peeled away two minutes after liftoff, flew back to Cape Canaveral, and landed alongside one another, just a few seconds apart. The core stage was discarded at sea, its entire energy needed to get the Space Force's satellites to extra-high orbit.
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4 weeks ago

SpaceX launches first Falcon Heavy mission since 2019 from Florida

The mission, the first Falcon Heavy launch since June 2019, had been delayed for years by Space Force. The rocket’s debut in 2018 sent a red sports car from Tesla into space as a test payload.
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4 weeks ago

SpaceX Launches Falcon Heavy, World's Most-Powerful Active Rocket For First Time In Three Years

The mission, the first Falcon Heavy launch since June 2019, had been delayed for years by Space Force. The rocket’s debut in 2018 sent a red sports car from Tesla into space as a test payload.
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4 weeks ago

SpaceX launches first Falcon Heavy rocket in 3 years

The behemoth rocket launched at 9:41 a.m. ET from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The launch is one of very few trips that Falcon Heavy has taken since its debut in 2018.
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4 weeks ago

SpaceX rolls out Starlink internet service for private jets

Elon Musk's SpaceX is expanding its satellite internet unit's foray into in-flight WiFi services with the rollout of Starlink Aviation. Starlink will charge customers seeking broadband internet on private jets between $12,500 to $25,000 a month for the service, on top of a one-time $150,000 hardware cost. Each terminal can deliver up to 350 Mbps, fast enough for video calls and online gaming.
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1 months ago

SpaceX offers Starlink internet service for airplanes

Elon Musk-owned Space X has rolled out its Starlink satellite internet service for airplanes. Starlink Aviation promises to offer high-speed, low-latency in-flight internet connectivity up to 350 Mbps. The service will cost between $12,500 and $25,000 per month, in addition to a one-time $150,000 hardware cost.
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1 months ago

SpaceX launches Starlink aviation product for satellite internet to private jets

SpaceX is charging $150,000 for the hardware needed to connect a jet to Starlink. The company is seeking federal aviation administration certificates for a variety of aircraft. Customers can expect speeds up to 350 Megabits per second.
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1 months ago

No funding from US government on Starlink in Ukraine, says Elon Musk - India Today

Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Tuesday said the Starlink internet service in Ukraine has not received any funding from the US Department of Defence. This comes a day after reports emerged that the Pentagon is considering paying for Musk's Starlink satellite network in Ukraine. Musk said his rocket company, SpaceX is losing approximately $20 million per month due to unpaid service and costs related to enhanced security measures for cyberware defense.
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1 months ago

Elon Musk says SpaceX has withdrawn Pentagon funding request for Starlink internet in Ukraine

The company reportedly asked the Pentagon to cover the cost of its Starlink internet service in Ukraine. The company wrote to the Pentagon in September saying that the company may not be able to afford to keep funding the satellite internet service.
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1 months ago

Pentagon considers funding Starlink network for Ukraine

The most likely source of funding would be the U.S. Department of Defense Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative. The move comes after Musk on Friday said SpaceX could not indefinitely fund Starlink in Ukraine.
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1 months ago

SpaceX To Continue Funding Starlink Internet Service In Ukraine: Elon Musk

A day after he said it could no longer do so, he says he will continue funding its starlink internet service in Ukraine. He tweeted: "SpaceX is not asking to recoup past expenses, but also cannot fund the existing system indefinitely"
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1 months ago

SpaceX might keep funding satellite service in Ukraine, says Elon Musk

Irascible Tesla CEO suggested spaceX may continue to fund its satellite-based Starlink internet service in Ukraine. But Musk’s tone and wording also raised the possibility that he was just being sarcastic.
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1 months ago

Taking a U-turn, Elon Musk to continue funding Starlink in Ukraine for free

Spacex will continue to fund its Starlink service in war-hit regions of Ukraine. A day before writing a tweet, Musk had told that SpaceX could not indefinitely fund Starlink in Ukraine - he tweeted that it was costing spaceX $20 million a month to support Ukraine's communications needs.
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1 months ago