Starlink – Elon Musk’s Dream of Universal Internet February 25, 2020 Tags:Elon Musk, falcon 9 launch, satelellite internet capacity, satellite internet, satellite internet speed, sira, Space X, space x internet, starlink, starlink capacity, Starlink internet, starlink price, starlink speed, tfl Related Posts Похудение с помощью кефирной диеты? Реальный опыт похудения диетой на кефире 🔮 OFFRE CONSULTATIONS du vendredi 5 juillet au dimanche 7 juillet 20H 🍀 How to Upload Image in Angular 5 With Web API About The Author Glenn Jones 100 Comments sijil o 🤗 February 22, 2020 Reply Eric FlyingRaccoon I'm getting this as soon as I can. Fuckin fed up with Jio and Airtel. February 22, 2020 Reply Vinay Singh These satellite will harm earth astronomy its much more complex than just making them dark, planets are detected by drop in light these satellite will cause the same effect . February 22, 2020 Reply vbtktr Just curious do you have a team or you do it all ( researching, making video, editing etc ) alone. ONE BIG REQUEST please make a video about Hydrogen as fuel and as fuel cell, whatever that is. Another video about comparison among different energy sources. February 22, 2020 Reply Niket Trivedi did not like your opinions but liked the data you shared February 22, 2020 Reply Tamil love whatsapp status Why are you still underrated? I'm sad to see that February 22, 2020 Reply Nityanand Saswade This Elan Musk guy is just a gimmick and mediocre, He have achieved nothing revolutionary.he doing all this just to keep people investing by launching hundreds of projects to keep his Stock high. he did nothing new all he did is combined all the already available technologies and branded it. Actually nobody is questioning about space debris and Practicality just because its USA and Elon musk is doing it. February 22, 2020 Reply no comment Buzzed ! February 22, 2020 Reply Satyam Kashyap Elon Musk's Starlink satellites are interfering with astronomy.. hope so they come up with some solutions of the problem faced by the astronomer. And due to space debris/junk in LEO, as there speed is much more, in future there will be some problem while launching of geosynchronous satellite. February 22, 2020 Reply Gonu Sood You are doing great technical/informative videos lately, don't go back to mobile reviews.PS. I have been using YouTube since 2009 and have subscribed to 9 channels since and you're one them. February 22, 2020 Reply shishir shetty Wow.. Now they will steal the data even faster . February 22, 2020 Reply Ayan Mullick I thought the satellites were designed to burn to dust in case of an atmosphere reentry. February 22, 2020 Reply 2Dimenzion 😈 February 22, 2020 Reply Arghadip I love you and I love Elon February 22, 2020 Reply NIHAR RANJAN I'm confused some time that I'm watching podcast or a tech channel your voice oh God 😂 February 22, 2020 Reply Desmond D'souza 2:56 looking for birds? Or satellites? February 22, 2020 Reply Rajesh B Thank you for the topic. Please talk about Tesla's autonomous and robo taxi as well February 22, 2020 Reply AJITHULLA Show something visually close from india u colonial suk up February 22, 2020 Reply John theux 3:48 But what about tesla? What if you can produce your own electricity and recharge your car at home? What if you can order your food online and get delivered cheaply by a robotaxi? February 22, 2020 Reply Dileepkhan Khan This is a business of information February 22, 2020 Reply Anubhav Hey can you make a review on collar earphones under 2k. The explanations provided are great. February 22, 2020 Reply John theux I don't think that hyperloop is a failure, at least not for now. Just wait for the boring company to developp tunnel boring machines, then we will see. February 22, 2020 Reply Jayanand Supali so if each internet providing source starts putting up some 1000 satellites (on an average) then we are gonna have a very busy looking space. I think its too overt with too many satellites being put up. February 22, 2020 Reply VIJAY ANAND This is the most informative video i have seen in 2020. Content, research facts.. i am totally overwhelmed by the amount of information conveyed meticulously by this video. It just made me curious to know about your academic history if you don't mind sharing it. Great work. Subscribed and Pressed the bell icon. February 22, 2020 Reply devendra jain Good quality video but just one thing…. SOURCES!!! February 22, 2020 Reply skg901 The physics and kinematics and maintenance of 1000s of these satellites will provide valuable insight in building and maintaining Dyson sphere…. February 22, 2020 Reply BlueSea Why ISRO cannot do this? February 23, 2020 Reply Aravind V A major reason why I am holding back from moving out of the city to someplace more peaceful is for the internet. If this can provide internet with decent speed and latency, I don't see anything stopping me and probably a lot of people who can work from home from seriously considering doing the same. Since enough money can get you electricity anywhere (Solar), figuring out water supply should make us reasonably independent. February 23, 2020 Reply Bishnu Mahali Bring it my village Elon Musk. Sira, would you forward this message to him please. 😅 February 23, 2020 Reply Faridul Azad Tony Stark of real world 🤩 February 23, 2020 Reply Reda Bell Am not a women but still like to watch your informative video plus you are kinda hot in a way February 23, 2020 Reply Achal Jain For God sake, please atleast leave the the space. Was earth not enough for the mankind to conquer? As a child it was everyone's dream to visit the space, we were all fancied by stars, constellations and our milky way galaxy. What was the purpose of sending a car hovering around the Mars? Please don't make space a junkyard. Inhabiting Mars won't do any good to the humanity.I am sure we'll find a better way to connect the rural areas to the grid. Also it won't be easy for SpaceX to launch such a huge number of satellites over so many nations! Musk's was a Pioneer when it comes to Electric cars. His attempts at modern transportation is brilliant, worth applauding. Even thought his armoured cyber truck windowpane cracked😂 -Tesla's shares plunged (after the launch)-, the cyber truck saw a good sales. Hats off to TFL, although an 8 min video, had to skip back and watch many times cause there's so much content in it. Worked really hard gathering the information. Great background music and sound, must appreciate your video editor from Kerala!😛 February 23, 2020 Reply Akil Ahamed You seem a lot pessimistic February 23, 2020 Reply Tejkumar Sangani Did you know each satellite will occupy 12000km² of horizontal area in space which is as small as Lebanon country is.It's a fun fact. If counts are 42000s February 23, 2020 Reply Brain If Govt of India permits spacex starlink this could be transforming for India February 23, 2020 Reply Z Z. This is a good content but why would you call your channel 'for luddites'. February 23, 2020 Reply regular Joe I just discovered this saucy babe 😍 February 23, 2020 Reply oneplustwo5t Its better to improve fiber technology February 23, 2020 Reply Lets_scientify INSTAGRAM Why Elon thinks and implement projects unlike other business persons in the world. No other billionaire discussed about colonisation of Mars in the past, even the great car manufacturers didn't thought of Investing in EV before the sucess of Tesla. The concept of hyperloop is out of the world. He gave us a chance to dream about a vacation in space in future through SpaceX. I have a notion that he is not from Earth. Some other highly Intelligent alien life form send him to earth to get something done. February 23, 2020 Reply Mr Singh Elon is changing the world for good. High Speed Internet in middle of nowhere & with Solar Panel & Tesla powerwall you can literally live off the grid. Just need a Tesla car which can be charged through powerwall too. February 23, 2020 Reply parthasarathy Venkatadri Its gonna be of great use for the governments imagine a drone operator can have direct connection to his drone from anywhere… February 23, 2020 Reply shyam k fear of losing control may make legally difficult here in India. BJP needs a facility to ban it where they dont like others to see. If Elon doesn't facilitate that , it would be difficult. An if he does it wouldn't go well for the company. February 23, 2020 Reply Goutham Doddi Jeff Bezo's Blue Origin is quite big too. February 23, 2020 Reply vdiitd Actually, so many starlink satellites will create a major issue for astronomers. As you mentioned, the satellites will not be as bright in later stages but they will still be very bright for large telescopes around the world. Unfortunately, for us Indians it is not a big deal as astronomy is almost non existent in India, so no one cares, but other countries do. February 23, 2020 Reply Na Na Presentation skills waaah ji February 23, 2020 Reply R N Hyperloop doomed to fail..? Woman you have a lot to learn about Elon.. The day he passes the mantle of SpaceX to Gwen Shotwell, he will disrupt that business as well.. Just hope that he doesn't get another billion dollar idea sitting in traffic.. February 23, 2020 Reply VISHWANATH V T Airtel 4G girl.. February 23, 2020 Reply Abhilash Gupta so underated channel February 23, 2020 Reply Rational Ape 1:01 Nimitz ufo video!!! February 23, 2020 Reply Q University So, at 1000 sats, 20gbits each, you're looking at 2Tbits/sec. So.. logically, you could get away with 2000 users per Sat. So, August 2020, he can add, 2Million users and have plenty of room. February 23, 2020 Reply Tony Rusi I want Starlink in Yellowstone. February 24, 2020 Reply Scott M A one time fee of $100-$300 for the equipment is nothing. It's all about the monthly fee. February 24, 2020 Reply John Alley $200 for a transceiver is practically free. Internet via Comcast in the US is around $100 a month for about 20Mb. The big money will come from the cheerful murder of Comcast. Comcast is one of the most evil horrid, despicable and despised companies in the history of this and every other universe. When Comcast dies a horrible screaming death, the United States as a whole will declare a national holiday and celebrate nonstop for a month. I am only barely kidding, there will be much, much rejoicing. The first phase of big revenue will come from replacing the cable and satellite internet providers, the next phase from the replacement of all American Telcos. All American telcos are dripping rampant evil. Do you know they charge 50$ to 100$ a month and limit the amount of data you can download? They must go. All of them. They have been shamelessly gouging American consumers for decades and must die. Mars will be funded by the rerouting of the robber baron profits of American ISPs and Telcos. If people in other countries want to give SpaceX money (Starlink will probably actually be spun off as its own company… so the money will go to them) that is fine. But just the crematory ashes of the most evil of American companies alone will fund the Mars colony. All the rest of y'all are just gravy. February 24, 2020 Reply Yash Kansal It’s for the rural poor of the USA not India February 24, 2020 Reply Klaa2 Yeah, no, they'll monitor everything you do and steal all your personal data, just like the Tesla's do.Elon Musk is a scumbag. February 24, 2020 Reply Paul Rice This will be a kick in AT&T’s ass. What will those fuck heads at AT&T do. February 24, 2020 Reply Prakash Adidam How come signals traveling thru air as medium faster than the ones that are traveling thru dedicated medium? There will be lot more loss and retransmission needed. February 24, 2020 Reply Thomas Felch Star Link et. al. are to further the reach and efficiency of the surveillance economy. Big money in data collection. The next phase of the internet of things. February 24, 2020 Reply Nachiket Upadhye you voice is amazing, please start a tech podcast. February 24, 2020 Reply Thomas Chrombly 1. The reason TV satellites can't provide internet is because they broadcast all channels simultaneously and there is usually no 2-way communication. 2. Starlink will be MUCH faster than most satellite internet providers with MUCH lower latency and with enough bandwidth to equal the total bandwidth the world currently has. 3. It will be much cheaper just because it is easier to deploy world wide and cheaper to maintain. 4. It will be better and faster than MOST of what the USA has now.5. It will be the best thing for Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines.6. It is hands down the best and fastest for poor countries, developing countries and anyone at sea.7. Its absolutely the best for all remote ares. Except polar regions… In short, its a very big deal. February 24, 2020 Reply Joao Klein This will have also MAJOR political implications. Can you imagine the effects of fast and unrestricted internet over China, NK, Russia and Saudi Arabia? February 24, 2020 Reply Colin Kelley Very good analysis — personally relevant. I like how you frame the question at the end of this video. The way you framed that question is very close to the way many people around the world think. Thank you. Low orbit, space based internet will not only fill a need for people living in rural areas, and especially for those who are "off grid" but also people who are living in RV's and in tiny houses on wheels — they will be impacted too. RV's are being manufactured and sold pretty much everywhere around the world, now — even in crowded China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan. Older people are selling their houses and downsizing into RV's, traveling, and staying with friends and family, camped in a national park, for family reunions, or they gather for folk music jam sessions and Concerts, or for championship little league baseball games, chili cook-offs or whatever. Mobile satellite internet will accelerate all that. Given a choice between land based systems and mobile satellite systems people will tend to chose satellite for travel flexibility, rather than pay for both. I see this as a serious disrupter of the existing order. February 24, 2020 Reply Arun Daz hey Sira plz do some product video February 24, 2020 Reply Pradipsinh Rajput Eagerly waiting for this kind of high speed internet service i want to setup my development work station at village with solar system rather then staying in stupid metro cities February 24, 2020 Reply Steven Gulie A rural village can put in one terminal and provide shared access to broadband. A small solar array can provide free power, apart from the expense of installing it. This isn’t a toy for the rich. It’s a lifeline to provide access to information—from wildfire/flood/tsunami warnings to online education—no matter how remote your location. It will also provide instant competition for every ISP in the world, putting a limit to how badly they can gouge people, because there will always be an alternative choice. I understand your cynicism; it’s completely justified. But it can be misplaced February 24, 2020 Reply Sean Duggan Starlink box, WiFi mesh routers (or some Android phone mesh app) , village online.. $200 starlink box starts looking very cheap. And I think Elon is playing down the capability of the network so as not to alarm his competitors. February 24, 2020 Reply Sampragya Agarwal I'm just waiting for Tesla to come here🤑 February 24, 2020 Reply gordon laplante Sigh research the business side of the topic too. 1 nobody is going to be buying the dish unless they want to . Most will be getting them through ad sponcerships , most likely basic level of service will be ad riddled. Or plan rated like the cell phones in every third world country. And nock offs will abound but the central company won't care as long as the ads are running. That way only the ad blocker code has to be fort Knox and not the tech. February 24, 2020 Reply Jek 40k objects in space is nothing and miniscule. This Space garbage is so overblown and exaggerated. Space is huge and not all SpaceX satellite is on the same orbit, some of them are higher and some is lower. February 24, 2020 Reply Jek The terminal is actually cheap if you think out of the box. It's expensive if you think everyone should buy a terminal, why not buy 1 or 2 terminal for the community and create a mesh network, then split the expenses. February 24, 2020 Reply Adityan Rajesh Seems like i would have a tough time doing Sky Watching. February 24, 2020 Reply Adam Rak Hyperloop was meant for Mars. So it won't be relevant for quite a few years. February 24, 2020 Reply iloveweed420 ELON IS A GOD. February 24, 2020 Reply sandipan Ray Not expecting this anytime soon. And with all those telecom scams and after lakhs crores of debt, Indian internet packs isn't going to get cheaper either. February 24, 2020 Reply smhmkkh smhmkkh You’re very wrong its all about the latency and the stocks market February 24, 2020 Reply Pavor Starlink is the only network in development that deals with the sea cable transit issue and focuses on low latency packet transit globally, instead of big bandwidth numbers. Starlink is literally the only backbone for cloud computing to be viable. On any other network the packet latency for anything requiring user input like gaming just wont be good enough. February 24, 2020 Reply takencareofbidness Good video but why have distracting music playing while you're talking? And why have it so loud? For those of us that are not completely used to her accent it makes it just that more difficult to receive the message. Playing music while someone is talking in a video is asinine. For some reason herd mentality follows an unquestioning, unwritten imperative to have music background in a video. Why? It doesn't enhance or contribute. Get rid of it. Please! February 24, 2020 Reply Mark Allen Where's the money going to come from!? Do some 1 minute research before you make an 8 minute video. The ISP market in the US and the US alone is 120 billion and expected to grow to something like 200 billion over the decade. That's just the US. Globally, I've seen figures in the trillion plus range, for annual revenue for ISP operation. Elon wants to get 30 billion of that globally? Yeah. Not very ambitious to be honest. It's also maybe going to be gigabit, or there will be a price one can pay that will deliver gigabit. For many people outside of say Korea, or Nordic countries, there are very few non business/enterprise solutions that make gigabit internet even available, let alone on price parity with Comcast or something of the sort. Furthermore, the satellites do essentially nothing when there are no paying customers below them, and in order to have satellites that reach far enough north to hit the major population centers of the west, they will also need to go as far south as Tasmania, even the northernmost tip of Antarctica. Basically the whole world needs to be covered, and satellites in under developed regions will be doing nothing, so Elon will give free access, no monthly fee, to a select set of locations, like a decently sized village, just for good PR, and try to get the US or the UN or the national government to pay for the cost of the modem. What else will the satellite be doing in that portion of it's orbit? Nothing, so why not turn that into increased modem sales, which ramps production, reduces unit cost, and build up good PR/free advertisement/good will among the undeveloped world and when they have access to the internet at high speed, maybe some of them get decent educations, and guess who they'll want to work for since their life was facilitated by Daddy Elon. It's highly unlikely he's got any interest in fleecing the poor global villages for 10 cents a day per citizen, and if he offers to give away service, facilitating NGOs, charities, or US/UN funding for modems, he's not giving away anything that costs him whatsoever, but he's producing a service for those places that is incredibly valuable. He'll get plenty of money from those who have it, 30 billion might be a very low number. February 24, 2020 Reply Arindam Kumar Sira is surely a a Elon Musk fan girl. First Neuralink and Now this! February 24, 2020 Reply Rishabh Agarwal There are plans to build another Starlink for mars if the one for the earth is successful. February 24, 2020 Reply Sanjayc San Your presentation is really cool. 👍 Subscribed 🤞 February 24, 2020 Reply suyog wagh I love you yarrrrrr February 24, 2020 Reply Jasmeet Khosla My dish didn't work when it was cloudy or raining. Would it be similar with Starlink receiver antenna ? February 25, 2020 Reply Ram Kumar Pandey Whoa… Until she mentions Jio multiple times I couldn't realise it's an Indian channel. Super high quality February 25, 2020 Reply Wesley Ashley Eyes in the sky. Always in sight. How low they fly day and night. No cameras on board? Probably lied. Hope you have nothing to hide. February 25, 2020 Reply Peter Egan Starlink Phase 1 revised – 24 orbital planes with 66 satellites each – 1584 satellites. 53 degree orbital inclination – that means the highest point satellites reach on each orbit is 53 degrees above and below the equator. That means they cover 404 million square km of the earths surface. Each satellite averages 255,000 km of space (when projected on the ground). Taking the square route of that – each satellite, on average, serves a box 505 km square. It is notable that the satellite is 550 km above the box. It terms of a city, that is a mega-region served by just one satellite. As satellites will travel at 7.4 km/s, they will be in contact with a user for 68 seconds on average. At 17,000 mb/s, there could be 340 customers continually on line at 50 mb/s. At 17mb/s, there could be a continuous 1,000 customers simultaneously downloading. Perhaps it is feasible to have 5,000 customers in a box 505 km square – 5,000 customers/satellite. Likely, the average customer density is only one customer per 50 square kilometres. Potentially, 8.92 million customers would be possible if they were spread out evenly around the world. 2.7 million customers are possible for satellites over land. For each launch of 60 satellites, 90,000 new on land customers would be possible. February 25, 2020 Reply Henrocker01 Such a great and informative video, and high quality (information and video), too! Thanks! February 25, 2020 Reply Daniel Roden spacex has a huge advantage – they can deploy right now and in fact are using their own rockets that are reusable and far far cheaper than existing launch systems using disposable rockets. bezos might get there eventually but by then he will be 2-3 years behind and he will never catch up. starship will launch 450 of these satellites at a time further reducing the price per satellite to launch and rapidly increasing the deploy rate and while its not a proven system yet it looks to do a 20km hop in 1-2 months. February 25, 2020 Reply Jago Gonzalez i assure you these astronomers will not be complaining when they get the chance to do their work on the moon without obstructed views. Insert peppa pig meme February 25, 2020 Reply Kirankumar ß I think those starlink satellites completely burn out when the time of deorbit before reaching to the earth 🌎 February 25, 2020 Reply Raviraj Patil This is a more visionary program from Elon, Starlink shall play major role for all the dream plans of Elon related to Travelling, it may be on Earth, in space or interplanetary. Elon has planned to produce starships on a mass volume at relatively low cost, plan of reaching anywhere on earth from any point in 1 hr, will come true. On other side tesla will gain autonomy and will needs own fleet of internet supply and dedicated additional optional possitioning system. Elon would be more than happy even if he takes it to break even point and not much revenue. But starlink will contribute more than one can think.Its a part of master plan. February 25, 2020 Reply Hassan Alhakeem i think it is just the beginninglater it will reach all the globe direct to the phone without separated devise also it will be rival telecom company which mean they will provide cheaper service February 25, 2020 Reply Random Reviews This could be a security threat. CIA has continuously invested heavily over such companies. Apple, spacex, Lockheed Martin , mcdonald Douglas all have benifited by DARPA programme. February 25, 2020 Reply Michael Galindo Phased arrays don't use motors, just an array of antennas…Where the interference cancels out, you get no beam. Where it amplifies, you get a focused, stearable beam. February 25, 2020 Reply Avaxa Sirvina China and North Korea will not like this unless they have control over it. February 25, 2020 Reply Michael Galindo Starlink can definitely pay for itself in low-latency trading. Maybe in less than a year after it goes live.A single undersea cable can cost over $300M. Starlink's low latencies would render all of the longest cables obsolete overnight. (Obsolete to trading, not to general Internet traffic). February 25, 2020 Reply shubham kumar Waooo nice😍😎🤖……… Do we have satellite for live mapping of our rivers & water channels? Plz🙏if u can make a video on this February 25, 2020 Reply Matthew Feros One thing you missed is that this is only costing them 10 billion dollars, where as the Australian NBN cost 50 billion, and that only provides ‘internet’ for Australia February 25, 2020 Reply Max Power If you think these things are for your good, you're blind as Ray Charles . They will all work together…..Starlink (42,000 Low Earth Orbiting Sattelites)+Quantum computers +Blockchain (All Financial Transactions)+Artificial intelligence +Neuralink +All Electronics (Cars, Trucks, etc etc).= Total Human and Electronics Connectivity Equals= Revelation 13:15-18 February 25, 2020 Reply ButButFreedom Don't think this is gonna work. Was a Network Engineer in the Marines and used satellite to get access to the internet in several different countries. Here's the problem, the distance from your dish to the satellite. Your signal is already going the speed of light… I.E. you cant improve it. So lets check out a scenario. You want to go to google. The request goes out your dish to space, then from space down to a large dish near a DNS server, send you to the nearest google server, then back to space, then finally the satellite transfers google back down to your dish and onto your computer. That's 4 journeys to and from space anytime you do anything online. The theoretically fastest possible ping time over a geostationary satellite would be 476 milliseconds, or just under half a second. So 4 trips is 2 sec min ping to do anything on the internet is the best satellite can ever offer. Until we can transmit data faster than the speed of light, wouldn't hold my breath tho. 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