Starlink, Elon Musk's spacecraft, is the first to go straight to a cell.

Billionaire Elon Musk used a SpaceX mission to successfully launch the Direct-To-Cell satellite of Starlink today,  

which was announced and applauded. It is anticipated that the new satellite will simplify internet access for all of its subscribers.SpaceX, 

the aerospace business founded by Elon Musk, reported on Wednesday at 9.30 am the launch of 21 additional Starlink satellites, 

six of which were Direct-To-Cell satellites that were carried aboard the company's Falcon 9 spaceship.At 10:20 a.m. today, 

SpaceX further verified that all 21 Starlink satellites had successfully deployed and were in their proper positions. 

This is Elon Musk's company's first-ever Direct-To-Cell satellite launch.Pointing to its all-terrain and location coverage, 

Starlink's Direct-To-Cell satellite aims to offer coverage to text, internet, and mobile networks "wherever you see the sky".  

This is all the information you require on the company's Direct-To-Cell service.On January 3, Starlink Internet launched its first Direct-To-Cell satellite.

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