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Stars in the Sky: Celebs with Drones

Social media have let us in on the lives of celebrities more than ever before. Celebs with millions of followers now have a chance to share their private lives, hobbies and interests more than ever before. With the commercial drone sector in the US projected to reach $5.1 billion in direct economic impact by 2025
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