SpaceX might soon become the world’s first space-based, internet service provider with its planned array of Starlink satellites. The company recently launched two demonstration orbiters for its internet-beaming project in February and they’ve reportedly been able to deliver some impressive browsing results during initial tests.

Indeed, SpaceX engineers have used the connectivity provided by the spacecraft — dubbed Tintin A and B — watch high-resolution videos and play online video games, which all seems surprisingly chill for the fast-paced workplace. Based on these early successes, the company goal told Reuters it is “pretty much on target” to begin providing service by 2020 with initial launches beginning in mid-2019.

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