US authorities have given SpaceX permission to place approximately 12,000 satellites this week last week to help get cheaper wireless access in the next decade.
SpaceX's planned networks will significantly increase the number of satellites around the world.
Since the launch of the first satellite in 1957, humanity has transmitted more than 8,000 objects in space, according to UN data. It is estimated that half or a quarter of them still work.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced that it has allowed SpaceX to send 7518 satellites in addition to the already approved 4425.
None of the satellites have been launched yet.
The Irish Mask company is given six years to reach half of the satellites and nine years to complete the satellite network.
SpaceX wants most satellites to land in the earth's low soil at 335 to 346 kilometers in height, which will reduce the communication time between users on the ground and satellites, which increases surfing speed.