Elon Musk Just Completely Changed The Game In Ukraine

Ukraine is using Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite system to track down Russian invading forces and win the drone war as a response to the Russian invasion.

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Russian aerial reconnaissance drones, targeting Vladimir Putin’s army of tanks, are being targeted with Aerorozvidka (Aerial Reconnaissance), according to The Telegraph. The conflict has been raging since February 24.

With internet and power outages plaguing Ukraine, drones in the field are able to stay connected using the newly available Starlink service.

By using this technology, anti-tank munitions can be delivered by drones to help defend against Russian attacks.

Musk told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky earlier in the month that SpaceX would send more Starlink satellite stations to provide internet to some war-stricken areas of the country. The satellites have been successfully integrated into the defense of the war-torn nation. Musk also humorously challenged Putin to a fistfight over the future of the country about a week ago.

Ukraine’s president took to Twitter to thank Tesla CEO Elon Musk for the support and invite him to visit once the fighting ends.

‘Talked to @elonmusk. I’m grateful to him for supporting Ukraine with words and deeds. Next week we will receive another batch of Starlink systems for destroyed cities,’ wrote Zelensky.

Further Musk satellites will be launched soon.

In the early hours of Saturday morning, a rocket carrying 53 additional Starlink internet satellites was launched from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida, strengthening the expanding surveillance system.

It was confirmed on Saturday that SpaceX’s 230-foot rocket, called the Falcon 9, successfully launched the satellites into low-earth orbit without incident.

Moreover, the Ukrainians have enlisted the assistance of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) equipped with infrared sensors, PD-1. Their wingspan is ten feet, and they are used to gather data on the positions of Russian troops.

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Ukraine’s drone unit makes use of the “Delta” system, which has been honed in recent years with assistance from Western advisers.

It can be accessed from a regular laptop and is loaded with ‘situational awareness’ software which creates an interactive map with images from satellites, drones, humans, and sensors, which is used to track the enemy.

It is believed the system, which matches similar NATO technology, has been tested in the Sea Breeze military exercise in 2021, in which 30 countries including the USA, Ukraine, and Turkey took part.

Western countries have helped Ukrainians develop the system with radio communications that are superior to Soviet-era technology. There are reports that the US spent millions of dollars on a system to prevent Russian hacking.

In the last week, the US provided about $1 billion in aid to Ukraine.

In an impassioned appeal for help from the superpower, President Zelensky pleaded with Biden to back a no-fly zone his administration has repeatedly rejected. On Wednesday President Biden detailed how much military aid the US provides – and will provide – to the country.

Zelensky’s speech to the US Senate was remotely held on a videoconference system, and he urged Americans to reflect on Pearl Harbor and the 9/11 attacks when considering the events in Ukraine, and he firmly requested the president intervene, by name, in English.

‘It’s not enough to be the leader of the nation. Today it takes to be the leader of the world,’ Zelensky stated. ‘Being the leader of the world means to be the leader of peace. Peace in your country doesn’t depend anymore only on you and your people. It depends on those next to you and those who are strong.’

As a result of Zelensky’s remarks, Mitch McConnell also criticized what he viewed as a noncommittal response by the Biden administration.

Biden called Zelensky’s speech last week ‘convincing and significant,’ and announced $800 million in additional military assistance for the country, on top of an already $13.6 billion aid package, which includes anti-armor systems and other weapons sought by Ukrainian forces to defend against the onslaught from Russia.

President Biden announced from the White House that the new security package would include 800 Stinger anti-aircraft systems, 20 million rounds of ammunition, 100 drones, 9,000 anti-armor systems, and 7,000 small arms, so Ukrainians ‘can continue to defend their space.’

Biden claimed that the US was ‘fully committed’ to getting the weapons to Ukraine within days.

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Even so, there is still concern that the system could be disrupted by internet disruptions as Russia continues to intensify its attack, causing power outages and poor internet connectivity.

Starlink, on the other hand – the most popular app in Ukraine with more than 100,000 downloads in the few weeks since its launch – uses receiver dishes on roofs, providing Ukraine citizens with internet access via satellite in rural and unconnected areas.

Musk’s companies and European allies have sent thousands of antennas to Ukraine, and the country’s minister of digital transformation, Mykhailo Fedorov, said the tech has already proven helpful in an interview with The Washington Post.

‘The quality of the link is excellent,’ Fedorov told the paper in a remote interview over a Starlink connection from an undisclosed location in the country.