On the night of September 8, many people from all over Pakistan said they saw a group of strange, bright objects (satellites) flying across the sky.
People were curious about whatever is going on, and some even called it an “alien invasion.” However, it turned out that the objects are indeed actually satellites from SpaceX’s Starlink project. Which is now trying to create a worldwide internet.
It seems that people in Sindh, Balochistan, and Punjab saw all these satellites first as they did move across Pakistan.
Areeb Shaikh, who uses social media, said yesterday that he saw the Starlink satellites above Karachi. He also said that he saw them above Hyderabad in 2020. Areeb Shaikh even said that he saw them in Karachi.
Elon Musk’s company SpaceX, which specializes in space travel, made a satellite network called Starlink so that people in rural and remote areas can get high-speed internet for less money. It wants to keep adding satellites until there are 42,000 in orbit.
The company launched about 12,480 satellites in January. But only 4,900 are working right now, according to the information we get.
When a customer signs up for SpaceX, they may get super-fast internet with speeds between 100 and 200 Mbps and latency of no more than 20 ms.
The space company says that anyone with a clear view of the sky can see the satellites. However, people who live in polar regions might have trouble seeing them.