Google's Catch 22 - Round the World in 22 Days with Google's Loon (CE?)

Google’s plan to deliver Internet service from balloons seems to be flying along nicely, as the company says one of its balloons just completed “a lap around the world in 22 days and has just clocked the project’s 500,000th kilometer as it begins its second lap.”

Google Project Loon Internet balloon circled the globe in 22 days | Ars Technica


  • Anoop Kumar
    Anoop Kumar
    I think, I have seen this Google balloon in Hyderabad and also snapped the picture.
    Let me see if I find it in my archive.
    Needless to say this is a great project to provide connectivity in remote location.

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