There are currently 32 nations where SpaceX’s Starlink internet service may be accessed

All except a small portion of the United States, as well as substantial parts of Canada and Europe, may now be covered by Elon Musk’s Starlink broadband-beaming satellites.

There are 32 nations listed on SpaceX‘s latest map where Starlink may be used. The business claimed via a tweet that the terminals would be dispatched “immediately” to customers who have requested the service in locations listed as “available.”

As can be seen from the map, Starlink is available across the majority of the United States, as well as parts of Canada and Mexico. It is also available throughout the vast majority of Europe, with the exception of Scandinavia, as well as parts of South America and New Zealand’s most densely populated regions.

Prior to Musk’s announcement that his 44 billion buyout of Twitter had been put on hold while he investigated Twitter’s declaration that 5 percent of its accounts are spam or false, he tweeted about the updated Starlink availability map in another tweet.

More than 2,500 Starlink satellites have been launched by SpaceX in the previous two years. SpaceX rushed delivery of antennas to Ukraine when the Russian military threatened its communications infrastructure, yet Ukraine is still listed as “coming soon” in Europe.

According to Musk, SpaceX has so far thwarted Russian military efforts to interfere with Starlink communications. A cyberattack on Visat’s satellite terminals in February had been blamed on the Russian military by the United States and the European Union.

SpaceX said in January, according to the Verge, that Starlink will be available in 25 nations.

In February, Starlink unveiled a new premium antenna and service with improved speed and latency characteristics. In addition to a 50 shipping and handling charge, the fixed gear costs 2,500, with a monthly broadband subscription price of 500. To keep up with increases in both the terminal’s pricing and Starlink’s usual monthly membership fee, Starlink raised its monthly fee in March from 99 to 110.

This year’s Starkink availability map also includes information on where and when the service will be accessible in 2014. Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Greenland will be able to use it from Q1 2023.

Russia, China, Iran, and Afghanistan will not be covered, although many former Soviet Union countries will be in 2023, as well as Iraq and African countries, as well as Iraq.

More sparsely inhabited regions north of Australia will also be served by Starlink in 2023, along with South East Asia and Japan. Currently operational in Chile and most of Brazil, Starlink will be made available across the remainder of South America by 2023.

A competitor to Starlink, Amazon’s Project Kuiper, plans to launch 3,000 broadband satellites by the end of the year. It stated in April that it has inked agreements for the launch of 83 Kuiper satellites with three commercial space businesses.

TDRS, NASA’s tracking and data relay satellite, will be retired in the near future, and the agency is looking for privately run satellites to take its place.