SpaceX is believed to be ready to treat the US military as a customer for its advance space fleet technology. As a result of this collaboration, the military will have access to the next generation of SpaceX spacecraft as well as its Starlink satellites.
SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwyn Shotwell appeared on Wednesday at a conference held with the US military to discuss their efforts. to modernize the force and keep it updated in the latest weapons and technologies.
Mrs. Shotwell gave a brief account of the history of SpaceX and the transportation systems it has built in recent years.
After the discussion, Ms. Shotwell told SpaceNews that SpaceX views the US military as a potential customer for its services and products.
She said, "We're talking to the Starlink and Starship Army."
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The founder of SpaceX Ilon Musk wants Starship to be the first spacecraft to take Mars humans and return them safely.
He plans to use the new vehicles to send humans to the moon, Mars, and to travel at never-seen speeds around the world.
The ability to quickly move humans around Earth is something that the US military
Although the military does not launch large satellites or send crews into space, Starship can be used to deliver cargo to half the world in minutes, according to SpaceNews.
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SpaceX has already made a similar type of US Air Force.
SpaceX is currently in the process of building prototypes for its Starship MK1, which it hopes to launch altitude testing in the next few months.
Mr. Musk told a crowd gathered at SpaceX's Boca Chica facility, where the prototype was assembled: "This is the most inspiring thing I've ever seen.
"So this thing will take off, fly up to 65,000 feet, about 20 km and come back and land.
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"So this gigantic thing, it's really going to be quite epic to see this thing take off and come back."
rapid development with Starship, SpaceX recently filed documents with telecommunications authorities revealing plans to launch 30,000 small satellites, with Mr Musk planning to launch 20 lots of 1,500 in space.
This is three times more than the launch of people in history.
Although Ms. Shotwell did not mention Starlink during a discussion with the US Army, SpaceNews reported that the company was interested in providing the military as a client for its broadband plan.
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The Starlink service appears to cover the earth in a network of high-speed, low-latency and accessible Internet access.
Even a partial deployment of Starlink would help those on Earth, giving more rural areas of the planet access to the Internet.
As well as providing high-speed Internet, the satellites will also be well positioned for Earth observation.
Operating in orbits between 330 and 580 kilometers above Earth, vessels will have the capacity to take high resolution images or videos on the Earth's surface.  60 Starlink Satellites Launched at SpaceX Facility in Cape Canaveral, Florida "title =" 60 Starlink Satellites Launched at SpaceX Facility in Cape Canaveral, Florida ” data-w=”590″ data-h=”350″/>
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SpaceX launched its first 60 satellites in May, with another 12,000 already approved by telecommunications companies.
SpaceX also drew attention to the greener and greener aspect of satellites.
Because they will operate in an area where the atmosphere is dense, the satellites will eventually be extracted and burned – creating a minimal risk of orbital debris, effectively affecting the area between space and the Earth's atmosphere.