“Star chain” plans to launch 4425 communication satellites, but so far, no more than 4000 satellites have been launched by human beings. Therefore, SpaceX intends to break the record set jointly by the world on its own. After SpaceX completed a rocket launch on Tuesday, musk said it would soon test satellite broadband systems in parts of North America. “Once these broadband satellites reach the target location, we will be able to launch a publicly tested satellite broadband in the northern United States and southern Canada, and we will be able to deploy them in other countries as soon as regulatory approval is obtained,” Musk said On Tuesday, SpaceX completed its 13th “star chain” deployment mission in Florida, adding 60 small satellites to the system, bringing the total number to nearly 800 satellites. Up to now, the total number of satellites launched by human beings is less than 4000, while 4425 communication satellites will be launched in “star chain”, that is to say, the number of communication satellites launched by SpaceX will exceed the total number of satellites launched by human beings. According to SpaceX, satellite broadband networks in Leo will provide stable and reliable network signals to remote areas where traditional Internet providers cannot provide services. < / P > < p > < p > “star chain” is the name of the satellite network system program applied by SpaceX in November 2016. It is expected that 4425 communication satellites will be launched in 32 low earth orbits, so as to provide consumers and commercial users in the United States and the world with the highest bandwidth of 1Gbps per user and low latency broadband service. < / P > < p > at present, the technology cost of satellite broadband and the cost of rocket launching have decreased, but no other enterprise has been able to provide Internet services by using space. It is still uncertain what price SpaceX will charge for the service in the future. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today