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Mark Zukerberg Announce Facebook First Project To Deliver Internet from Space

After testing drones in London  Internet from the Sky Mark Zukerberg Announce Facebook First Project To Deliver internet from Space. As part of  Internet.org efforts to connect the world, we're partnering with Eutelsat to launch a satellite into orbit that will connect millions of people.

We already knew Internet.org is plans to bring low-cost internet access to the otherwise disconnected, and today, his social network announced to deliver internet from Space on Mark Facebook Account and posted some picture :



Over the last year Facebook has been exploring ways to use aircraft and satellites to beam internet access down into communities from the sky. To connect people living in remote regions, traditional connectivity infrastructure is often difficult and inefficient, so we need to invent new technologies.

As part of our collaboration with Eutelsat, a new satellite called Amos-6 is going to provide internet coverage to large parts of Sub-Saharan Africa. The Amos-6 satellite is under construction now and will launch in 2016 into a geostationary orbit that will cover large parts of West, East and Southern Africa. We’re going to work with local partners across these regions to help communities begin accessing internet services provided through satellite.



This is just one of the innovations we’re working on to achieve our mission with Internet.org. Connectivity changes lives and communities. We’re going to keep working to connect the entire world -- even if that means looking beyond our planet.


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