Aerospace manufacturer and space transportation service company SpaceX has launched another batch of Starlink internet satellites.

Launched on board the reusable, two-stage Falcon 9 rocket, the lift-off took place from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The company landed Falcon 9’s first stage on the “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship, stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

The 14th batch of Starlink satellites was deployed approximately one hour and three minutes after lift-off.

In a statement, the company said: “As our Starlink network is still in its early stages, the Starlink team continues to test the system, collecting latency data and performing speed tests of the service.

“The team also recently installed Starlinks on the Administrative Center building and about 20 private homes on the Hoh Tribe Reservation, located in a remote area of western Washington State where internet access is limited or completely unavailable.”

SpaceX is scheduled to launch the 15th mission of the Starlink constellation of networked satellites on 21 October.

The flat-panel Starlink satellites weigh a quarter-tonne each.

Last month, SpaceX launched a batch of 60 Starlink satellites lifted off from LC-39A at Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.

In August, SpaceX secured $1.9bn in the latest funding round valuing the company at $46bn.