A Falcon 9 rocket carried a further 53 Starlink internet satellites into orbit from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Wednesday morning, boosting the group’s broadband constellation to more than 2,300 satellites, according to a report by Space.com.
This was the 21st mission the group has undertaken this year and the third since May 13, the report said, adding that founder Elon Musk “views rapid and repeated reflight as the key breakthrough needed to make ambitious exploration feats such as Mars settlement economically feasible.”
Read the full report: Space.
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