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A satellite start-up company has successfully its first satellites in a project at delivering "affordable" Internet access to every corner of the globe. The London-based company is OneWeb. Its first six satellites were into orbit on Wednesday in a launch from French Guiana. A Russian Soyuz rocket the pioneering spacecraft. OneWeb said it eventually to have around 900 spacecraft in an extensive network in space. Only 648 satellites are to global Internet coverage. OneWeb will start more Internet satellites into space towards the end of this year. The company intends to launch several rockets every month, each 39 satellites.

OneWeb CEO Adrian Steckel was ecstatic about the launch of the multi-billion-dollar project. He said it would greatly the lives of millions of people. He reporters: "We're going to lots of people who are not currently . We're going to start by focusing on connecting schools, connecting boats, connecting planes, and connecting huge swathes of the planet." Not everyone is happy at the prospect of a global Internet network. Reports are that China is jammers to the network. North Korea might also the network could its national security. Russia has concerns that OneWeb's network could used to gather intelligence.

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