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The Starlink Satellite Internet Service; In Emulsifying Demand.

SpaceX’s Starlink Satellite has received around 500,000 preorders for their service, and the company estimates no technical fault in meeting the emulsifying demand. Elon Musk, in a press release, assured that there would no be a failure in SpaceX’s supply around with the company being the centric figure of criticism recently.

“Only limitation is high density of users in urban areas,” Musk tweeted, responding to a post from a CNBC reporter that said the $99 deposits SpaceX took for the service were fully refundable and did not guarantee service.

The challenge will amplify as the bandwidth and the coverage of the users expands to millions. It would become difficult to maintain the high-intensity data of users in urban areas. SpaceX has not planned anything on the initial rollout but plans to launch it early next year. The company has not issued detailed know-how about commercial Starlink internet service launch.

The company plans have been envisioned by the journey of its Falcon 9 rockets, and it aims to deploy around 12,000 satellites in total. The monumental cost for the whole expedition would cost somewhere around $10 billion. The capital-intensive business of sending rockets to space has attracted intriguers across the world, as two of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs have invested the inroads in this market. The compelling factor in all this has been the progress it has gained over the past five to six years.

Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and SpaceX’s Elon Musk, who holds the ownership of the vehicle manufacturing business Tesla Inc. have spent billions of dollars in upheaving this rowing industry from rock bottom to surging heights. The two of them have sparred publicly over the competing satellite plans.

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