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12:25  15 october  2020
12:25  15 october  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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 Reif: In his SPORT1 column, Marcel Reif raves about Borussia Dortmund's style of play. He also has a clear opinion on the dilemma at FC Schalke 04. © Provided by sport1.de Reif: "Schalke no longer needs imagination" Hello football friends, Borussia Dortmund has - after the 2-0 defeat in Augsburg and the 2-3 defeat at Bayern in the Supercup - showed a good response. In the 4-0 win against SC Freiburg you saw again what distinguishes BVB. If they play well, that's one of the sexiest things in football.

A total of 420 of Elon Musk ' s Starlink satellites are now in low Earth orbit, promising new internet-from-space services, but leaving many Self destruct button? German amateur astrophotographer Marcel Nowaczyk told Euronews: "From my point of view it is frustrating when you have to delete 25

Elon Musk ’ s other company, SpaceX, is building Starlink , a global communications constellation that could approach a staggering 42,000 satellites . Elon Musk recently revealed details about how people will access StarLink . It will be incredibly simple, and it will enable access to the relatively free

Reached critical size: Elon Musk's Starlink project gathers speed

There are currently over 700 satellites in the Starlink fleet in orbit, 60 of which came recently - on 6. October 2020 - on top of that, the expansion is progressing steadily. With this, SpaceX seems to be achieving the goals it had set itself, planning to have 500 satellites in orbit by the summer . Elon Musk could soon launch its global satellite internet service. A total of between 12,000 and 42,000 satellites are to be brought into space - the more satellites, the higher the bandwidth of the Internet offer.

In addition to the joy about the possible broadband internet supply also in rural and remote areas, there is already criticism of the project. Because the work of astronomers is disrupted by the bright satellites. SpaceX is therefore already working on a dark satellite that will be less visible from the earth thanks to a special coating. SpaceX has not yet announced any test results.

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A fleet of SpaceX Starlink satellites will once again be visible in the skies above the UK tonight, offering sky gazers a chance to witness a The satellites can also be tracked in real-time through the Find Starlink website . They form part of Elon Musk ’ s project to deliver space-based internet and will

SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk has said that the company will find a way to make Starlink craft fade from scientists' sight, predicting that the constellation Musk tweeted the following on Wednesday (April 22), in response to a Twitter follower who wished SpaceX luck on a 60- satellite Starlink launch

By the way: Not only the SpaceX satellites can be seen in the night sky. The international space station ISS can also be observed from Earth with the correct website. Via the menu item "Current Position" you can also see live what the astronauts can currently see from the ISS.

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Mali: in Farabougou, the impatience of the villagers after two weeks of blockade .
© Google Map Satellite image of the village of Farabougou, in central Mali. For two weeks, jihadists have surrounded this village in the region of Ségou, in central Mali, and have prohibited access. While an attempt at mediation is underway, the inhabitants must take their troubles patiently. "We have no news. This villager from Farabougou assures us that his whole family is well, but does not hide a certain feeling of abandonment.

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