Due to the weather, SpaceX, the US space exploration and technology company, cancelled a new batch of satellite link satellite launches scheduled for Monday local time. Foreign media reported that the company’s Falcon 9 rocket originally planned to launch 60 new satellite chains from Launch Pad 39A of Kennedy Space Center in Florida, but thick clouds above the launch site prevented the launch. At present, a new launch date has not been announced. < / P > < p > it is reported that SpaceX’s first satellite chain satellite was put into orbit on May 23, 2019, while the launch mission originally scheduled for Monday local time is the company’s 13th satellite launch mission since 2019. < / P > < p > this launch will bring the total number of satellites into orbit to 773. If the two prototype satellites launched in 2018 are included, the total number of satellites in orbit will be 775. As early as January 2015, SpaceX CEO musk announced the satellite internet service plan, which was named “star chain”. SpaceX plans to launch about 12000 communication satellites into orbit to provide broadband Internet services to users on earth. In addition to the nearly 12000 approved satellites, the company has applied for the launch of 30000 satellites. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States