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Royal Caribbean to offer internet service from SpaceX By Jackie Wattles, Business Updated 1916 GMT (0316 HKT) August 31, 2022 SpaceX launched at least 40 satellites last week. Here’s why that could be a problem NASA scrubs Artemis I rocket launch due to engine issues. reporter explains why This is the number one priority for Artemis I New vest could help pave the way for a woman to walk on the moon Why it’s so critical for Artemis I to launch a mannequins only crew New York ( Business)Cruise operator Royal Caribbean is bringing SpaceX’s satellite-based internet service to its cruise ships in what it’s billing as “the biggest public deployment of Starlink’s high-speed internet in the travel industry so far.” The rollout will begin immediately across all three brands the company operates: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Silversea Cruises, with the installation expected to be finished by early 2023, according to a press release. Royal Caribbean (RCL) said the decision comes after it ran a pilot on one of its ships, “Freedom of the Seas,” and “received tremendous positive feedback from guests and crew.” The company also shared in its announcement on Twitter of a rendering of Starlink terminals, the small dishes required to set up a connection with SpaceX’s orbiting satellites, lining the railing of one of its cruise decks. We’ve just announced our plan to implement @SpaceX’s Starlink, making us the first in the #cruiseindustry to adopt the #technology. The game-changing, high-speed internet will be deployed on @RoyalCaribbean, @CelebrityCruise and @Silversea ships. Read: https://t.co/rcah7daJbb pic.twitter.com/LAfpnGglKY — Royal Caribbean Group (@NewsfromRCgroup) August 30, 2022 “It will improve and enable more high-bandwidth activities like video streaming as well as activities like video calls,” Royal Caribbean Group CEO Jason Liberty said in a statement. This also marks the first cruiseline partnership for SpaceX’s Starlink, coming on the heels of a similar partnership announced with Hawaiian Airlines and a recent declaration that SpaceX will roll out a new service — using yet-to-be-launched satellites — to expand T-Mobile’s wireless service across dead
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