The mean of 830 visual magnitudes adjusted to a distance of 550 km (the operational altitude) is 4.63 +/-0.02. The data on DarkSat, the low-albedo satellite, indicate that it is fainter than the others by 1.6 magnitudes or 78%. However, there is considerable uncertainty in this value due to the small number of observations. Some satellites were observed to flare by 10,000 times their normal brightness. These statistics can serve as a baseline for assessing the reduced brightness of the VisorSat design for future Starlink satellites.