SpaceX’s Starlink satellite broadband service experienced a short, but widespread, outage on Saturday, April 9.
Users of the service reported issues for as much as four hours, but the core disruption lasted 30 minutes.
"Starlink experienced a brief but significant service disruption between 0815-0845 UTC this morning," Internet outage tracker Cloudflare Radar said.
"It is visible as a sharp drop in traffic for AS14593."
Starlink last experienced a major outage in January, impacting services across the globe. It also went down for around 60-90 minutes in August 2021.
The company does not operate a network status page, making tracking and understanding outages difficult.
While the service has formally left 'Beta,' it is still a somewhat evolving and unfinished product. SpaceX has launched around around Starlink 2,110 satellites, and plans to operate a constellation of between 12,000 and 42,000 satellites.
It currently has around 250,000 subscribers.