Elon Musk made some bold claims in 2015
"How am I in this war?"
In a nutshell: Elon Musk turned off Starlink to foil a Ukrainian drone attack on the Russian naval fleet in Crimea last year over fears that Vladimir Putin would retaliate with a nuclear strike, according to a new biography.
A new space program for a digital, resilient and safer Europe
The first of potentially several controlled deorbits
The satellites could carry "anti-Starlink payloads"
Starlink is on the move
Starlink can be used for military comms, but controlling drones is prohibited
Speed will nosedive after that
Almost five times costlier than the standard version
Starlink just needs trains to complete the planes, trains and automobiles trifecta
And is adding a donate option to Starlink
Musk says he's only following an ambassador's recommendation to "f**k off"
A hot potato: Elon Musk has been praised for supplying Ukraine with SpaceX Starlink terminals to help in the war against Russia, but the world's richest person has warned that his company can't continue its donations or fund the existing system indefinitely and is asking the Pentagon to start paying for the service.
Nobody wants to do homework on the bus
Network congestion could become a long-term problem for Starlink
Starlink might be on your next cruise vacation
Send and receive texts from virtually anywhere in the continental US
The launch marks the commercial space company's 37th launch of 2022
On the bright side, Starlink's monthly service fee has been considerably reduced
Elon Musk says the price is a bargain
Scientists are worried about the satellites' potential military applications
The trade-offs will be worth it for some
More satellites are launching into orbit today
Russia isn't happy about Musk supporting Ukraine with Starlink
What goes up, must come down