Facebook’s solar-powered drone Aquila launched

WOW! The biggest social networking site Facebook always created something invitation while within last few month they launched the lot’s update and plan for connecting the world and now they have launched the solar-powered drone, Where on Saturday launched it’s first full-scale drone Aquila that will bring primary internet access to the developing world.

Facebook’s solar-powered drone launched

According to source reports, Where facebook spokesman said that We are launched an initial full-scale drone Aquila that will bring essential internet access to the developing world and a working design of the plane is presently ready for trial.

While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a post, in which he describe that, after two years of engineering, I’m proud to declare the successful first flight of Aquila. the solar-powered plane we created to beam the internet to remote portions of the world.
Also, He said that Where on June 28th, we made the first successful flight of Aquila, our solar-powered aircraft that will transmit the internet to remote parts of the world and finally create the history for longest unmanned aircraft flight.

Additionally, from to the Mark Zuckerberg post, the flight took place already dawn in Yuma, and Arizona. Facebook’s first mission was to fly the Aquila for 30 minutes, however, things went very well for the organization and it determined to keep the plane up for 96 minutes.

Therefore, we collected lots of data about our models and the aircraft formation and after two years of development, it was excited to see Aquila really get off the ground.

And He said that our aim is to have a formation of Aquilas flying together at 60,000 feet, interacting with each other with lasers and staying over for months at a time and something that’s never been done earlier.

It’s all portion of our purpose to connect the world and help more of the 4 billion people who are not online access all the possibilities of the internet.