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  1. Starlink is name of satellite network created by Elon Musk’s SpaceX which provides broadband coverage for high-speed internet access
  2. SpaceX's Starlink uses network of more than 1,400 satellites to provide internet access to far-flung regions
  3. Cyber analysts had warned Starlink satellites, operated by SpaceX, against Russian cyber attacks
  4. Ukraine minister says equipment to use Elon Musk?s SpaceX Starlink satellite internet service has arrived
  5. For many, Elon Musk is the closest, real-life equivalent to Marvel’s Tony Stark. Tesla and SpaceX’s founder may have his detractors, but he’s always had a knack to turn up with solutions when least expected. © Elon Musk The war between Russia and Ukraine has dominated headlines over the past few days, and for good reasons. Russian premier, Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine has been met with global derision, with hundreds of casualties already being reported. Prior to this recent campaign, the conflict between the two neighbouring states was last seen in 2014, following the deposing of the pro-Russian president, which prompted Putin to invade and seize large parts of the east, while also claiming 14 thousand innocent lives in the process. In light of these trying times, Elon Musk announced that the Starlink satellite broadband service provided by his company, SpaceX has been activated in Ukraine after a Kyiv official had requested the Tesla founder for assistance. @elonmusk, while you try to colonize Mars — Russia try to occupy Ukraine! While your rockets successfully land from space — Russian rockets attack Ukrainian civil people! We ask you to provide Ukraine with Starlink stations and to address sane Russians to stand. — Mykhailo Fedorov (@FedorovMykhailo) February 26, 2022 Mykhailo Fedorov had tweeted, "While you try to colonize Mars -- Russia try to occupy Ukraine! While your rockets successfully land from space -- Russian rockets attack Ukrainian civil people! We ask you to provide Ukraine with Starlink stations.” The plea for action and help directed towards Elon Musk did not go unheeded, with the tech titan responding via a tweet, "Starlink service is now active in Ukraine,", adding "more terminals en route." Starlink’s network consists of a constellation of over 2,000 satellites that are designed to provide internet access across the globe. On Friday SpaceX launched a further 50 Starlink satellites to ensure uninterrupted services, with several more scheduled to be launched into the Earth's orbit. Musk’s response, although 10 hours belated, does help the Ukrainians maintain communications, which is crucial at a time when serious disruptions have been caused to their infrastructure by the Russian invasion. © Elon Musk NetBlocks, a watchdog organization that monitors cybersecurity and the governance of the Internet, said that Ukraine had seen a "series of significant disruptions to internet service" since Thursday when its neighbour Russia had begun the military campaign against the country. Mykhailo Fedorov, First Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation, also implored Musk "to address sane Russians to stand" against their government's invasion. According to a report by a United Nations relief agency, at least 64 civilians have lost their lives, and more than 1,60,000 have been displaced since the beginning of the Russian campaign. We hope peace talks ensue swiftly, with further losses to life avoided at all costs. View the full article
  6. PTA says Starlink has neither applied for nor obtained any license from the authority to operate, provide internet in Pakistan
  7. Elon Musk’s super-fast internet venture Starlink will be launching in India and pre-booking registrations for the service is now live for customers. The super-fast internet service will be beamed directly from satellites to Earth from positions that are 60 times closer to the surface than traditional satellites. This will lead to lower latency according to the company. However, the service is still in the beta testing phase currently. © Reuters For Indian customers, the service can be pre-booked for about $99 which is around Rs 7,300 with a direct conversion. However, the amount can be higher depending on your bank and how much it charges for international transactions. The service is expected to be available by 2022 via satellites that will be launched by SpaceX in the future. Users can check about availability via the official website by entering their postcode. The service is available at multiple locations, however we still advise double-checking the availability before placing pre-book orders. On the website, it says, “Starlink is available to a limited number of users per coverage area at this time. Orders will be fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis” Once your location is eligible for the service, you can then deposit the amount which is also refundable. You can even type the name of your location if the website doesn’t pull up your location via the postcode. Once your location has been identified as a serviceable area, you will finally be directed to the payments page. © Starlink Currently, Starlink offers connections in countries like the U.S. and Mexico where customers get a kit for $499 that enables them to access the service. The kit includes a wi-fi router, power cables and even a tripod. The company aims to deliver speeds up to 1GBPS in the near future, however currently it only goes up to 150MBPS. Starlink’s website currently requires personal data such as IP address, contact details and financial data for payments. It will be interesting to see how Indian players like Jio Broadband, ACT Fibernet and Airtel will respond to Musk’s new venture entering the country. View the full article
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