1. Are Elon Musk's ‘megaconstellations’ a blight on the night sky?  The Guardian
  2. All the amazing rocket launches that happened this summer  Digital Trends
  3. SpaceX's dark satellites are still too bright for astronomers  Deccan Herald
  4. 5 Things to Know About SpaceX's Falcon 9 Rocket  Motley Fool
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Starlink, a “mega-constellation” of hundreds of Internet satellites launched by the aerospace company SpaceX, has been causing headaches for astronomers by outshining celestial objects. Set to eventually include tens of thousands of spacecraft beaming high-speed Internet to the entire planet, Starlink has a downside for stargazing: the satellites reflect enough sunlight atStarlink, a “mega-constellation” of hundreds of Internet satellites launched by the aerospace company SpaceX, has been causing headaches for astronomers by outshining celestial objects. Set to

SpaceX's dark satellites are still too bright for astronomers | Deccan Herald

Getting an accurate fix on SpaceX's costs is hard, but figuring out the trajectory of those costs -- down -- is easy.Getting an accurate fix on SpaceX's costs is hard, but figuring out the trajectory of those costs -- down -- is easy.

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