SpaceX launched two experimental satellites on Thursday.
The satellites are designed to test Starlink, a concept to bathe all of Earth in high-speed broadband internet using a fleet of 12,000 satellites.
Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX, posted a video of the new satellites deploying into orbit.
Musk named the satellites "Tintin A" and "Tintin B."
The first pieces of a radical plan to bathe Earth with high-speed internet access just launched into space.