IT House April 9 news that SpaceX's Starlink satellite Internet broke out of the world earlier today.
IT House understands that Starlink uses low Earth orbit (LEO) Internet satellites to provide Internet broadband services to its users, which has now been extended to several countries outside the United States.
Earlier today, numerous Starlink users on Reddit reported that the service suddenly stopped working. According to the users themselves, Starlink Starlink Internet outages have occurred around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium and Portugal, but fortunately, the interruptions seem to be short-lived, and it took less than half an hour to return to normal.
The accident occurred in the early hours of EST, but most of the U.S. East Coast users may have been sleeping at that time, so the impact was small.
According to spacexstats statistics, SpaceX has 2107 Starlink satellites operating in space and 196 deorbited satellites, covering most parts of the world.