SpaceX Spy Satellite: This company of Elon Musk is building a network of spy satellites for America.

SpaceX Spy Satellite: This company of Elon Musk is building a network of spy satellites for America.

Elon Musk Company SpaceX: Elon Musk's company SpaceX is building a network of hundreds of spy satellites for the American intelligence agency. The company had also signed a bond with the American intelligence agency in this regard. According to a report, a bond of $ 1.8 billion was signed by SpaceX's Starshield business unit with the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) in the year 2021, under which this network is being constructed. 

National Reconnaissance Office i.e. NRO is an intelligence agency, which manages spy satellites. According to Reuters report, this bond of SpaceX with the US intelligence agency is for a new powerful spy system, which has hundreds of satellites with Earth-imaging capability, which can work like a swarm in a law orbit. If this new spy system is successful, it will help the US government and military in increasing their ability to easily identify any target in the world.

Rocket Starship conducted third successful testing 

Elon Musk's company SpaceX seems to be continuously touching new heights. The third test of the rocket Starship was successful after taking off from the Texas-based company's Starbase Boca Chica on Thursday. On the success of the test, Elon Musk posted that Starship will take humanity to Mars. 

SpaceX's rocket Starship is the most powerful rocket in the world. Its length is 397 feet and it is equipped with super heavy boosters. These heavy boosters produce 16.7 million pounds of thrust. The Starship rocket is reusable and is capable of carrying 150 metric tons of load into space.

In the third successful testing, Starship fulfilled most of its objectives and the company also expressed happiness over it and described the test as almost successful. 100 people can be taken to Mars simultaneously in Starship. 

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