A call for help from a Ukraine official on Saturday finished with Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder Elon Musk sending SpaceX’s Starlink broadband web access to the as of late attacked country. While Ukrainians manage Russian intrusion on their roads, the battle has additionally taken out a significant part of the nation’s connectivity.

“Starlink service is currently active in Ukraine. More terminals in transit,” Musk tweeted Saturday. The move came in light of a previous tweet from Ukraine vice prime minister Mykhailo Fedorov.

“@elonmusk, while you attempt to colonize Mars – Russia attempt to involve Ukraine! While your rockets effectively land from space – Russian rockets assault Ukrainian common individuals!” tweeted Fedorov.

Internet service is particularly shaky in southern and eastern Ukraine, Reuters reports. These regions have seen the most obviously awful of the attack up until this point.

Starlink is a constellation of satellites low-orbiting the Earth. The Starlink website explains the service is “ideal for rural and remote communities” where internet is unreliable. Back in January, Reuters reports Musk said there were 1,469 active Starlink satellites and 272 moving into orbit soon.

Since early Thursday morning, Ukraine has been under a noteworthy unwarranted assault from the Russian military at the order of Russian Pres. Vladimir Putin. As per news, Saturday saw Ukraine protection powers attempting to prevent Russia from acquiring a more grounded traction in the legislative hall, Kyiv. Starting at Saturday evening, enormous blasts were accounted for close to the legislative center and more than 120,000 occupants escaped the country.