Musk restores Starlink following a brief outage

Musk restores Starlink following a brief outage
Musk restores Starlink following a brief outage

The satellite business of SpaceX, which is headed by Elon Musk’s Starlink, has reopened after an interruption that affected thousands of customers, the company said.

SpaceX’s satellite division, led by Elon Musk’s Starlink, has resumed operations following a disruption that impacted thousands of subscribers, the firm announced on Tuesday.

Starlink stated in a post on X that “the network issue has been fully resolved.”

41,393 customers were impacted by Starlink’s services going down for around an hour earlier today, according to outage tracking website

The main player in the satellite internet market is SpaceX’s Starlink, which controls around 60% of the approximately 7,500 satellites in orbit above Earth.

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