Elon Musk claims that Starlink Satellite Broadband is now accessible on every

With the addition of the McMurdo Station in Antarctica, according to SpaceX

all seven continents are now covered by its orbit-based Starlink broadband service.

The high-speed internet service provided through low-Earth orbit is now genuinely worldwide, according to a tweet from SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on Sunday.

The Philippines by year's end, enabling it to expand into Southeast Asia 

For some time, Starlink has been in use in Australia, New Zealand, and a number of other nations in the Americas and

Notably, Russia, which has the largest land area in the world, has not activated it.

Prior to Russia's invasion of Ukraine this year, Starlink was turned on.

Musk added that Russian attempts to jam Starlink have failed.

Even scientists in Antarctica use the service, as Musk himself notes.

Currently, there are more than 3,000 Starlink satellites in orbit, and SpaceX intends to launch at least

Under the terms of its existing US Federal Communications Commission license, 1,000 more.

The business has said it wants to increase the mega constellation to 50,000 flying objects