Starlink Satellites (SpaceX is going to provide internet to country Mongolia)

Starlink Satellites In a recent update, Elon Musk is going to offer internet services to the country named Mongolia, after achieving a licence from the country.

Country of originUnited States
ApplicationsInternet service
Spacecraft typeSmall satellite
Launch mass
v 0.9227 kg (500 lb)
v 1.0260 kg (570 lb)
v 1.5~306 kg (675 lb)
v 2 mini800 kg (1,800 lb)
v 2.0~1,250 kg (2,760 lb)
Ku-, Ka-, and E-band phased array antennas

Laser transponders (some units)
Hall-effect thruster
RegimeLow Earth Orbit
Sun-synchronous orbit


SpaceX, the aerospace company of Elon Musk had come in an agreement with the Mongloa government to provide internet services to the country Mongolia where it granted licences to them. Starlink Satellites is a series of satellite services which is a set of 35,00 satellites in low-Earth orbit where the satellite technology is going to provide internet to the services of Mogolia. In the past, the country used to provide internet service to the countrymen through the use of cables, but due to the increased cost of production and the wires can’t provide internet to remote areas of the country, much of Mongolia was devoid of its interest.  Minister for Digital Development and Communications, Urchal Nyam-Osar expressed gratitude to the Elon Musk company, seeking that this advancement will provide greater accessibility to underserved locations

Starlink is a set of 35,00 satellites that orbit in the lower strata of the country atmosphere covering the Earth, at about 550km, and covering the entire globe with a latency of around 25ms vs 600+ms. Each of the satellites is going to launch by SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, which through a commercially available phased array antenna, provide internet-like services soon.

How many Starlink satellites are there?

Starlink consists of over 4,000 mass-produced small satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO), which orbit the Earth

Who owns Starlink?

Spacex owns Starlink