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Project Loon might be a crazy moonshot, but Google is building its balloons to stay afloat an unusually long time.
A key component of the Google [x] Lab project to deliver Wi-Fi to remote parts of the world via souped-up weather balloons is the material that the balloons are made of , according to a new Google video. And it sounds like Google hasn’t yet settled on a solution.
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