Russian tech company claims it can kill Starlink
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Wednesday, 21 December 2022 11:44

Russian tech company claims it can kill Starlink


Quicker than waiting for Musk to do it 

A Russian arms manufacturer claims it can help the country's military detect and bombard Starlink satellite dishes, which have been crucial to the defense effort in Ukraine.

Amazon to deliver test satellite to run internet
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If you are out when we deliver we will hide them behind the bins 

Amazon is getting ready to launch two test satellites for its Project Kuiper satellite internet constellation, built to compete with services like SpaceX Starlink and OneWeb.

Musk demands more cash from the US for Ukraine
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That will teach them to tell me to F*ck off

Elon [look at me] Musk is apparently so furious that the Ukrainian government told him to f*ck off over his peace plan for the region that he is threatening to pull his Starlink internet service from the country unless he gets more cash from the US government.

OneWeb and Eutelsat merge to take on Musk
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Wednesday, 27 July 2022 12:19

OneWeb and Eutelsat merge to take on Musk


Cluster bomb

Internet satellite operators OneWeb and Eutelsat are planning to merge in the hopes of becoming a stronger rival to SpaceX's Starlink which is run by Elon [look at me] Musk

NASA worried about SpaceX's Starlink plans
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Thursday, 10 February 2022 13:47

NASA worried about SpaceX's Starlink plans


30,000 satellites is getting silly

NASA has raised concerns about SpaceX's plan to deploy about 30,000 satellites for its Starlink.

Starlink internet satellites downed by magnetic storm
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The stars are that much clearer

All of the Starlink internet satellites that a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried beyond the atmosphere on 3 February won't reach their intended orbit.

Musk hacks off Chinese
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Tuesday, 28 December 2021 12:01

Musk hacks off Chinese


Satellites nearly take out space station

Chinese citizens have declared Elon Musk public enema number one after his Starlink programme satellites nearly hit the country’s space station.

Starlink beta testers impressed with the speed
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Playing with forest connections

A beta tester of SpaceX's new Starlink satellite internet service tested his gear in a national forest which gets no cell service from any carrier.

SpaceX allowed to set up a million user terminals
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StarLink satellite-broadband constellation

SpaceX has received government approval to deploy up to 1 million user terminals in the United States for its Starlink satellite-broadband constellation.