Since they initially began showing up in Ukraine the previous spring, the Starlink satellite web terminals made by Elon Musk's SpaceX have been an essential
wellspring of correspondence for Ukraine's military, permitting it to battle and remain associated even as PDA and web networks have been obliterated in its conflict with Russia.
So far approximately 20,000 Starlink satellite units have been given to Ukraine,
with Musk tweeting on Friday the "activity has cost SpaceX $80 million and will surpass $100 million before the year's over."
However, those altruistic commitments could be reaching a conclusion, as SpaceX has cautioned the Pentagon that it might quit subsidizing the help in Ukraine
Reports got by CNN show that last month Musk's SpaceX sent a letter to the Pentagon saying it can never again keep on financing the Starlink administration as it has.
The letter likewise mentioned that the Pentagon assume control over financing for Ukraine's administration and military utilization of Starlink,
which SpaceX cases would cost more than $120 million until the end of the year and could cost near $400 million for the following a year.
"We are not in that frame of mind to additionally give terminals to Ukraine, or asset the current terminals for an endless timeframe,"