Source: Live5 WCSC
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) – The state’s Broadband Office is using some new technology to try and get more South Carolinians access to internet – namely households with school-aged children.
It’s something that became pretty popular after the war in Ukraine – Starlink devices from Elon Musk’s Space X company.
“When SpaceX launches the Falcon 9 rocket, and a lot of us have seen that happen, they actually deploy about 40 satellites every launch,” Jim Stritzinger, the Director for South Carolina’s Broadband Office, says.
Those satellites form what SpaceX calls a constellation which creates internet service down on the ground.
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