Facebook has teased the technology they're using to send the signal, long-range lasers, but today Zuckerberg gave some solid statistics. Aquila will be able to send data at 10 gigabits per second at a distance of more than 10 miles. The internet-providing drone is supposedly precise, too, being able to connect with "a point the size of a dime" at that 10-mile range. In an accompanying video, engineers say that the drone will fly from 60,000 to 90,000 feet above the Earth and stay in the sky 3 months at a time, comparable to Google's Project Loon balloons. NASA has used lasers to beam information to the moon, but that wasn't from a mobile, solar-powered drone circling remote regions.