Starlink Outage Map

The map below depicts the most recent cities worldwide where Starlink users have reported problems and outages. If you are having an issue with Starlink, make sure to submit a report below

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The heatmap above shows where the most recent user-submitted and social media reports are geographically clustered. The density of these reports is depicted by the color scale as shown below.

Starlink users affected:


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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.

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Most Affected Locations

Outage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:

Location Reports
Montréal, QC 42
Toronto, ON 29
Paris, Île-de-France 27
Calgary, AB 27
Rome, Lazio 19
Sydney, NSW 15
Dallas, TX 15
Mexico City, CDMX 14
Seattle, WA 14
Brampton, ON 12
Ottawa, ON 12
Denver, CO 12
Chicago, IL 11
London, England 11
Winnipeg, MB 10
Regina, SK 9
Cambridge, ON 8
New York City, NY 8
Atlanta, GA 8
Edmonton, AB 8
Phoenix, AZ 7
Melbourne, VIC 7
Sacramento, CA 7
Brisbane, QLD 7
Perth, WA 6
Vancouver, BC 6
Indianapolis, IN 5
San Francisco, CA 5
Orlando, FL 5
Houston, TX 5

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Starlink Issues Reports

Latest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:

  • JohnnyB72699038 Johnny Bob (@JohnnyB72699038) reported

    @MelaniePodolyak @elonmusk They are paying for a service. They don’t own starlink. I don’t see anything wrong cutting starlink in Ukraine as long as they are refunded for the unused days of the month

  • modernmuhereza1 Mulla🇺🇬 ™ (@modernmuhereza1) reported

    The presstitute western media is up against @elonmusk labelling him pro Putin, why? bse he proposed ways of ending the war. 2. Bse he requests pentagon not to recoup past expenses of 80m$ but fund the starlink services he has been giving freely to Ukrain. He is the bad guy now.

  • alaintouillet alain touillet (@alaintouillet) reported

    @BazookaDhb @JayPage818 @BBCWorld no he dont know more than Elon he knows what u can find easily in the net its the US that support the starlink project

  • Corelich Paul Mach (@Corelich) reported

    @JoshuaPotash Especially if you consider, that a shitton of starlink in Ukraine Is paid by donations and Ukraine itself and musk just shut those down aswell. A part of starlinks have been paid by us government already. It's just a fraction of a fraction that hasn't been paid for...

  • DustWarriorOne Juan Ramirez (@DustWarriorOne) reported

    @Podolyak_M @elonmusk No one is doubting about Starlink help or usefulness. We are doubting the motives of an egotistic men, using war as an excuse for negotiation. As you can see Musk did exactly what he wanted. He became indispensable and then remove threaten to remove the help. Basic tactic. Sad

  • MorganL66188233 Morgan Lawrence (@MorganL66188233) reported

    @KatieBoLillis @MarquardtA If it costs $100 per month to be a Starlink customer how many people in Ukraine are using it to cost $400 million in a year? That is over 300,000 terminals.

  • BradyMorgan820 BradyMorgan820 (@BradyMorgan820) reported

    @LMatveichenko @apmassaro3 I have followed SpaceX since 2014 and am certain they would never turn starlink off. At the same time it is extremely expensive to build and maintain a satellite network. Elon is just putting pressure on the US government to pay for the service, and they will. It will stay on.

  • DerekTru Derek Trulious (@DerekTru) reported

    @noogie60 @karaswisher Starlink cash will come in the way of the larger Gen 2 birds. Global phone/data service will be a money printing machine.

  • Andreas_Hopf Andreas Hopf 🇩🇪🇨🇭🇬🇧🇸🇪 (@Andreas_Hopf) reported

    @parismarx @BradMunchen I find it quite perplexing that there appears to be no other system that Ukraine could deploy. Starlink being the only viable solution has been the media narrative until now. How do the U.S., British, German or Finnish army handle SATCOM/Internet in the field?

  • ToniKolin Toni Kolin (@ToniKolin) reported

    @ApeDurden The problem is that @elonmusk donated only a small part of it. He said it himself. Most of the Starlink terminals were paid by US, UK and volunteers. But who cares, right?

  • geeeksky Eugene (@geeeksky) reported

    @DavidSacks Subscription fee for 20000 starlink terminals in Ukraine is 1,2 Mio $ per month according to the Starlink website, Musk is trying to charge DoD 400 Mio $ or 20000$ per terminal. The biggest problem, the terminals are geofenced now to not disturb the Putin’s military goals.

  • manuelsignature ⓘ Manuelsignature™ (@manuelsignature) reported

    @Crypto_Femdelak @jcokechukwu @elonmusk Starlink was never free…it was always bank rolled by the US military…the infrastructure belonged to Elon.

  • LegMicrorave ✨️liam✨️ (@LegMicrorave) reported

    the amount of dumb takes for starlink in Ukraine is insane. it has been a vital part of Ukraine advancing and taking back parts of their country. SpaceX pursuing help from the government is very understandable however everything should be done to ensure the number is correct

  • Mo73967838 Mohamed (The Future Investor) (@Mo73967838) reported

    @business Elon Musk is following his heart that tells him I dont want to be part of this. Afterall he is businessman. No pay no service. Starlink is not a charity company.

  • PoliticoCryzis Sarcastic Small (@PoliticoCryzis) reported

    @PumaBare @elonmusk Space X demanding money for Starlink services to Ukraine (which is ok), Musk making it about being asked to "**** off" by some Ukrainian official after he made his proposals about occupied territories.

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