On February 7, 2021, this long-exposure image depicts a path of a number of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites travelling over Uruguay as seen from the countryside near Capilla del Sauce, Florida Department, some 185 kilometers north of Montevideo.
According to Tesmanian, SpaceX’s satellite internet has already reached 16 countries, including more than 100,000 subscribers in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom, despite the fact that it is still in beta.
Meanwhile, Starlink stated on its website that internet rates could range from 50 to 150 megabits per second during the test period. On the other hand, connection latency could be as high as 40ms or as low as 20ms.
Starlink is designed for low to medium population density, which means we can hit max users in some areas fast.
Please sign up early to ensure a spot. As more satellites roll out, SpaceX will be able to serve more. https://t.co/Q1VvqVmJ2i
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 7, 2021
During the “Better Than Nothing Beta” phase, the internet connection may be unavailable at times, according to the internet service provider.
However, the company stated that the problem will be resolved and that connection quality will greatly increase when the Musk-led company installs more satellites.
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