Elon Musk, the chief executive officer of SpaceX, has announced that the company now has approximately 100 active Starlink connections in Iran. Three months ago, Musk made the announcement that SpaceX would launch the satellite Internet service Starlink amid domestic protests.
Monday, Musk tweeted, “There are close to 100 Starlinks active in Iran.”
Musk stood up and launched Starlink in Iran as a US-backed initiative to promote “Internet freedom and the free flow of information” for the Iranian people when protests began in September. reported that it would send-off
Musk accepted the arrival of SpaceX’s satellite-based broadband help would permit Iranians to battle prohibitions on the web and social his media in the midst of fights encompassing the country. Sources in the media claim that Instagram, the country’s sole international social media platform, was banned by the Iranian government shortly after the protests began.
The arrest of a 22-year-old woman by Iranian authorities for “improperly dressing” sparked the protests. Amini passed away while being detained by police for several hours, which sparked massive protests throughout the Islamic Republic.
In numerous industries and countries, SpaceX’s Starlink has been a huge success. The business was able to fly without interruption thanks to the installation of one of the world’s first satellite internet connections on an airplane this past week.