SpaceX space network plans to expand FCC has allowed 12,000 satellites to be in orbit
According to the Washington Post, on Thursday, local space tycoon Elon Musk's rocket company SpaceX's space Internet project Starlink was approved by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and allowed to send 7,518 satellites. In orbit, this paves the way for SpaceX to build a complete space satellite network.
In March of this year, SpaceX has been approved by the FCC to allow 4425 satellites to be put into orbit. This means that the company has now been approved to launch nearly 12,000 satellites for the entire Starlink satellite network.