An internet cafe offering connections 50 times faster than typical broadband services has opened in Cornwall.
Goonhilly has 61 antenna dishes
Computers at Goonhilly satellite station, on the Lizard peninsula in Cornwall, are connected to BT's global internet protocol network.
That means users can download data at speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps).
It is thought to be the first time such high speeds have been seen at a UK internet cafe.
The service will be free to visitors.
Adrian Hosford of BT said: "It would be possible to use the cafe's computers to download in less than 15 minutes a file the equivalent size of the DVD version of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, with its 19,000 illustrations, 629 audio and video clips and 100,000 articles.
"A standard broadband connection would typically take in excess of five hours."
The new internet cafe was officially declared open by Helston Community College pupils Chloe Smith and James Evans, both aged 17.
Goonhilly has 61 antenna dishes and handles thousands of international phone calls, TV broadcasts and data.
The first antenna, known as Arthur, was built to track the Telstar satellite and received the first live transatlantic television broadcasts from the United States in 1962.