Elon musk’s SpaceX will soon be able to beam the Internet globally. Starlink, the satellite internet Unit of SpaceX, has launched about 1800 units of satellites globally and as soon as they approach to their orbit, they will be ready to provide internet. This project is expected to come into operation by September of this year. Gwynne Shotwel, president of SpaceX confirmed this news on Tuesday in a conference of Maquire Group technology. Shotwell also informed that they are planning to deploy about 42000 Starlink satellite in low earth orbit by year 2027. They need the approvals of regulatory authorities to be able to provide telecom services. Currently the beta services are working in total 11 countries included US, New Zealand, Australia and Europe. CEO of SpaceX shared that about 5,00,000 people have already ordered Starlink. It costs $99 for now, and in future $499 for a kit which will include WIFI routers, tripod, and terminals connecting to satellite. At the project completion, the expected internet speed can be about 209.17 MB per sec. The company has received approval from Federal Communications Commission to launch the satellites in lower orbits, between 550 Km to 1100 Km. All these Satellites will operate in lower orbit. Starlink is growing its market in small satellite makers. Amazon’s Kupier and Britain’s OneWeb are some of the small satellites it has made.