Google’s Project Loon Balloon Crashes
As the header says it all. I don’t wanna take much time to tell that, Google‘s Project Loon can be the cure to provide the internet to everyone and everywhere. So, let’s explore what’s the Project Loon is and what happened to it.
What is Project Loon?
Many of us think of the Internet as a global community, that is almost everywhere. Is it?
In reality, two-thirds of the world’s population does not yet have Internet access. Project Loon can be the cure for this. Project Loon is a network of balloons traveling on the edge of space (Stratosphere). It is designed to connect people in rural and remote areas, help fills coverage gaps, and bring people back online after disasters. For more info you can read- Project Loon – “Internet for Everyone”
Project Loon Crashes
Google Project Loon touches down in Sri Lanka villagers claim to have found the remains of the balloon in a tea plantation.
- The villagers found the deflated balloon in the island’s region of Gampola.
- However, Sri Lanka information and communication Technology Agency described the landing as controlled and scheduled.
- The balloon entered Sri Lanka airspace on Tuesday in its first test run.
According to a report by AFP-
Villagers found the deflated balloon with all its equipment in the region of Gampola in the country. They picked up the pieces and brought it to the station.”
We hope all this mess is going to get cleaned up soon and we gonna see some amazing balloons all over us, floating through the sky.
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