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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced’s latest project, in collaboration with Eutelsat, focusing on delivering internet from space, via a satellite AMOS-6, to remote areas where the facility is unfeasible to provide due to lack of efficient infrastructure.

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According to the CEO’s Facebook status, the company has been working for over a year on such advanced technology to make it possible to beam internet access from the sky.

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As part of the project, a new satellite AMOS-6 is under construction, ready to be launched in a geostationary orbit by 2016 to provide internet access to large parts of Sub-Saharan Africa, including West, East and Southern Africa.

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