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September 1, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

After Facebook’s $200m worth Amos-6 satellite which was due to go into orbit was destroyed when a Space X rocket carrying it exploded today, founder Mark Zuckerberg has managed to put up a happy face as he continues a tour of Kenya.

He wrote:

“For some good news, visiting Kenya means getting to see amazing natural beauty and wildlife. Here are some photos from around Lake Naivasha. Bonus: baby giraffes!”

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Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

Mark Zuckerberg continues Kenyan tour despite $200m satellite explosion

The billionaire left Nigeria for Kenya only yesterday.

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