• never heard of that type of nnoon
  • You're overthinking it. It's hardly going to be large or bright enough to cause the sort of disruptions you're envisioning. It's basically going to reflect sunlight in the same way the moon does, but in a more localised location. It will of course be useless on cloudy nights. But the hope is that it will save the city millions a year on street lighting and maintenance.
    • Linda Joy
      Its supposed to be 8 times brighter than the natural moon. I'm hoping everything works out well and that this is a viable way to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.

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