Starlink satellites tracker: How to see Elon Musk’s internet probes soaring overhead

WANT to spot Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites overhead? It’s easy enough. There are plenty of ways to track Starlink craft as they soar through the night sky. Get all the latest Science newsKeep up-to-date with the top Space & Astronomy storiesAll the latest Archaelogy news from dinosaurs to Ancient artefacts SpaceXThe dish connects to a huge constellation of hundreds of satellites[/caption]  The SpaceX venture beams internet down to Earth from space using an ever-growing constellation of satellites. There are hundreds of Starlink units circling above Earth, and thousands more planned. Musk’s SpaceX began offering Starlink to customers in select countries earlier this year. A single deposit costs $99/£89. spacexArtist impression of a Starlink satellite dish[/caption] And Musk has already bagged 500,000 customers to date. How to track Starlink satellites in real-time Not sure where to look? Your phone’s got you covered. There are a number of stargazing apps you can use to follow the path of Starlink probes. On the Apple App Store, we’d recommend Night Sky, which is free and helps you find all kinds of celestial wonders. For Android fans, Satellite Tracker should do the trick (it’s also available on iPhone). Simply head outside at a scheduled time for a Starlink passby,…

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Starlink satellites tracker: How to see Elon Musk’s internet probes soaring overhead

Updated: May 7, 2021 — 10:27 am