SpaceX is getting closer to offering internet coverage after Wednesday’s Space Coast launch

Despite coronavirus, SpaceX maintained its launch schedule from the Space Coast Wednesday, sending another 60 of its internet satellites, called Starlink, into low-Earth orbit.

The mission took off into a clear afternoon at 3:30 p.m. from Kennedy Space Center’s launch pad 39A and kept SpaceX on track to have hundreds more satellites on orbit by the end of the year. After Wednesday, the number of Starlink satellites on orbit will rise to about 420. Read more here.