SpaceX Starlink internet from space: New 60-satellite launch brings expanded beta closer

After delaying the 16th Starlink mission on Sunday, SpaceX has now launched its Falcon 9 rocket to bring its Starlink satellite count to 955. 

Deploying its payload of 60 satellites into orbit is the seventh mission for the Falcon 9’s first-stage rocket booster, which landed successfully back on the ‘Of Course I Still Love You’ droneship in the Atlantic. The rocket launched from the Space Launch Complex 40, or SLC-40, at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Tuesday, November 24 at 9:13pm EST. 

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Per Space.com, this launch puts SpaceX within about eight more Starlink missions before it completes the first phase of its constellation of 1,440 satellites. 

These satellites orbit Earth at an altitude of 550km (340 miles). SpaceX is targeting “near global coverage” by next year. The second phase of satellites will orbit at over 1,000km (621 miles). 

SpaceX last month rolled out

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Denver SEO Agency Quantum Marketing Solutions Announces Expanded Digital Marketing Services

Denver based search engine optimization (SEO) agency, Quantum Marketing Solutions, is expanding its service offerings, making it a one-stop shop for digital marketing solutions for business in the Denver Colorado metro area. The company expansion came as a continued commitment to providing all of the digital marketing needs of its clients.

Comprised of a team of savvy, cutting-edge staff, Quantum Marketing Solutions, has established itself over the years as the most trusted and reliable digital marketing and SEO solutions provider for local Denver metro area businesses. Operating with the aim to exceed the expectations of it clients, Quantum Marketing Solutions, has a team of dedicated, well trained, highly skilled and professional digital marketing experts who stay up to date with the latest innovations, trends and techniques in the dynamic industry to ensure that each client’s needs are best served and fully realized.

As a client oriented SEO Agency in Denver,

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Virginia Community Pushes For Expanded Internet in Pandemic

(TNS) — Almost immediately after the coronavirus pandemic closed schools and sent workers to their home offices, internet traffic skyrocketed in the region, according to J.D. Myers II, senior vice president and regional manager for  Cox Virginia .

Two years-worth of traffic went online for Cox in just a few weeks.

“Two years of capacity upgrades happened right in one month,” Myers said, measuring the traffic in terms of network improvements.

The huge increase in Hampton Roads internet traffic has spurred service providers and local governments into action as they try to expand access to what is increasingly becoming an essential utility, according to an Oct. 30 panel sponsored by the Hampton Roads Chamber.

“It’s the ability to get on a Zoom call,” said  Andria McClellanNorfolk City Council member. “It’s the ability for your kids to access their classrooms remotely and have access to their doctors for telehealth.”

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