Starlink

Starlink Outage Map

The following outage map shows the most recent locations worldwide where Starlink users have reported their issues and outages. If you are having an issue with Starlink and your area is not listed, make sure to submit a report below



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January 27: Problems at Starlink

Starlink is having issues since 01:40 PM GMT. Are you also affected? Leave a message in the comments section!

Starlink is a satellite internet constellation constructed by SpaceX providing a low latency, broadband internet system to meet the needs of consumers across the globe.

Starlink Most Affected Locations

Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
Location Reports
Toronto, ON 105
Montréal, QC 84
London, England 64
Edmonton, AB 30
Gatineau, QC 27
Paris, Île-de-France 27
Seattle, WA 25
Calgary, AB 20
Dartmouth, NS 20
Richmond Hill, ON 19
Blue Bell, PA 18
Halifax, NS 18
Chicago, IL 18
Niagara Falls, ON 18
Croydon, England 17
Port Coquitlam, BC 16
Vancouver, BC 13
Berlin, Land Berlin 12
Portland, OR 12
Brampton, ON 12
Winnipeg, MB 11
Dublin, Leinster 11
Los Angeles, CA 10
Manchester, England 10
Vienna, Wien 9
Philadelphia, PA 8
Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes 8
Saskatoon, SK 8
Birmingham, England 8
Melbourne, VIC 7
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Starlink Comments

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Starlink Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
  • Jeff Watts (@StarSurfer55) reported

    My WiFi speed is so slow, I cannot work effectively from home any more. I have asked ATT for the timing for fiber in my area but can get no answer. I am looking at the Starlink system. If it works, I will be leaving ATT. #att

  • alakarye Samsog (@Alakaryy) reported

    @SpaceXStarlink Please, is Starlink service available in Yemen? 15.362799,44.188824

  • Josiah Young (@Inv3ntive15) reported

    @OLocalist Deposit in Feb 21, supposed to get summer 21, then Q4 21... Finally got changed to Feb 22, and here we are. I imagine more of a supply chain issue than a Starlink issue, but lack of comms about all of that kinda sucked. I'll post again about install and speeds when it's up.

  • diana m rothang (@MRothang) reported

    The Ten Day Disclosure: 3 x 8hr movies – 24/7 for 10 days See Turksat Rocket Satellite. No Texts or Phone Calls. No Internet while Operation Mockingbird was being wiped, rebooted and Project Odin Starlink Internet coming Online. Just Signal App – a highly encrypted Military App.

  • RorschachInTheWebb (@in_rorschach) reported

    @whateverfithere if there is only 10 Starship launches a year, each one at 100 million, to be at 2 million per launch SpaceX would need to give a discount of 98 million per launch, in other words, 98 million per launch would come from Starlink profits. as I said, STUPID!

  • RorschachInTheWebb (@in_rorschach) reported

    @whateverfithere I'm really aware of that, BUT still SpaceX needs 500 launches from PAID CUSTOMERS a year for a 2 million per launch, otherwise there would be needed to use part of Starlink profits to cover cost of PAID LAUNCHES, THAT WOULD BE STUPID!

  • Oscar Sunbezee (@OscarSunbezee) reported

    Why anyhow flying there, even as a cold wallet? Use a hot wallet and connect your brain-NFT via Starlink to every planet. Or do you fear, that the bandwidth of Starlink might not be sufficient for your brain-file? So, wtf are you doing?

  • Oscar Sunbezee (@OscarSunbezee) reported

    @elonmusk Why anyhow flying there, even as a cold wallet? Use a hot wallet and connect your brain-NFT via Starlink to every planet. Or do you fear, that the bandwidth of Starlink might not be sufficient for your brain-file? So, wtf are you doing?

  • Hasman (@whateverfithere) reported

    @in_rorschach Starlink is owned by SpaceX. They've been making it clear since like the early 2010s, that revenue from launch service is nothing compared to their customer in telcos. And that's what they're doing with Starlink.

  • Hasman (@whateverfithere) reported

    @in_rorschach Wait, do you really believe Starlink wouldn't bring money for them? Starlink would make sure they have the launch rate to support their massive fixed cost, and not rely on the external customers to secure the launch rate needed to pay those massive fixed costs.

  • RorschachInTheWebb (@in_rorschach) reported

    @whateverfithere SpaceX is not making money with launches at each starlink mission. They may, eventually profit from the internet service, but not from launching its own payload.

  • TwiterSucks1 (@Sucks1Twiter) reported

    @Marie_Haynes Web 3 is a good idea. But won't be realised for a long time. Also the internet is very very centralised. So the only solution for web 3 are more services like Starlink.

  • TwiterSucks1 (@Sucks1Twiter) reported

    @Marie_Haynes Web 3 is a good idea. But won't be released for a long time. Also the internet is very very centralised. So the only solution for web 3 are more services like Starlink.

  • Hasman (@whateverfithere) reported

    @in_rorschach Again, Starlink. And fix cost, it's all getting smaller when you have many launches per year. There's a reason why F9 is cheaper, despite the extra cost of recovery and refurbishing.

  • LynxWorx 💉💉💉 (@LynxWorx) reported

    @ReedTimmerAccu Just need reliable data pipelines. I wonder if Starlink will help out, when chasers are able to add that as a backup network source.


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