Elon Musk Reportedly Fired Numerous Top-Level Officers From Starlink

Elon Musk Reportedly Fired Numerous Officers

Elon Musk is very passionate as well as serious about their goal of launching Space X’s first group of satellites. They have announced that they will be launching new satellites in the middle of the next year. So, Musk and his company must work around the clock to anyhow complete the project. Elon Musk himself is keeping a close eye on the project, and keeping things in check while comparing it with their deadline.

Musk reportedly went to the Seattle workplace of the company’s Starlink program, and he had some meeting over there. However, he was furious after seeing the progress pace of their ambitious plan. He could not help himself, and he immediately fired some senior level officers of the project.

Elon Musk Reportedly Fired Numerous Officers

After the incident, Musk might have roped in managers from Space X’s California headquarters. As we know, Space X launched two prototype satellites earlier this year as a part of the Starling program. The rocket was Falcon 9, which carried the satellites to orbit. The primary goal of those two provides terrestrial-quality broadband to anywhere on the globe.

Nonetheless, the program is facing several issues, which are kept secret from the world. A private agency also said that the program is suffering from talent issues. Maybe that is the reason that 300 of Space X workers are working on Starlink project to finish the work on time. Till now, 50 workers have been left, as per the reports. The reasons are still unclear, but they have left the company themselves as per reports.

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