New moon: China to launch moonlighting in outer space

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New moon: China to launch moonlighting in outer space: Beijing (AFP) – China has planned to change the striatum by 2020 and launch lower electricity costs in urban areas, the state media said on Friday.

New moon: China to launch moonlighting in outer spaceNew moon: China to launch moonlighting in outer space

According to China Daily, Chengdu, a city in southwestern Sichuan province, is developing “light satellites” which will shine with the actual moon, but it is eight times bright.

Wu Chenfeng, head of the Tien Fu New Area Science Society, responsible for the project, said that the first human-made moon would be launched from Sichuan Xichang Satellite Launch Center if the first test goes well then in 2022 three more will have to be followed.

In an interview with China Lolli, he said that the first launch would be experimental, the 2022 satellite would be “a real deal with great citizens and business potential.”

By reflecting light from the sun, satellites can replace satellite in urban areas, saving an estimated 1.2 billion yuan ($ 170 million) in power costs for Chengdu, if human-made moon exposes the area of 50 square kilometers We do.

He said that external sources of light could also help in rescue efforts in disaster areas during the source blackout.

To confirm the report, AFP Wu and Tian Fu were not able to contact the New Area Science Society.

Since China’s space program runs to catch up with the United States and Russia, many ambitious projects, including the Chang-4 Moon investigation in the name of Moon Goddess in China’s mythology, are in the pipeline – whose goal is to launch later this year for. If this is successful, then it will be the first rover to detect the moon’s “dark side.”

China is A, not the first country to attempt to kill sunlight on Earth. In the 1990s, Russian scientists used large mirrors to reflect light from space in an experimental project called Jannya or Banner.

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On October 10, at an Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference in Chengdu, Wu announced the Chengdu’s artificial moon project.

In addition to Tian Fu New Area Science Society, Harbin Institute of Technology and China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp are involved in developing satellite lights of Chengdu in other universities and institutions.

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