The leading private Space company, SpaceX, launched a new group of Starlink satellites on Wednesday. The group consisted of 60 satellites.
The devices were sent to space by a Falcon 9 rocket that took off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
The satellites were put in their right orbit after an hour of launching the upper stage of the process.
The whole process lasted for only three hours including launching the satellites and directing them in their orbits.
Last month, the company sent a new group of devices into the space to enhance the global coverage of the corporation.
1445 devices around the Earth since the beginning of the company’s activity.