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Space could be the final frontier for the world's digital divide

Giant parabolic antennas are pictured at the new United Nations Support Base and telecommunications facility, that supports peace operations worldwide, in Valencia July 6, 2011. REUTERS/Heino Kalis (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POLITICS) - GM1E7761IE601

Space satellites can help bring connectivity to the world's last dark corners Image: REUTERS/Heino Kalis

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