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Aquila, Facebook’s Connectivity Drone, Completes Second Test Flight–This Time Without Crashing

Last summer, the connectivity drone’s first test ended in a crash landing that broke the giant aircraft apart. And on the second flight, there was no crash. Read Full Story
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