The FullTech Moon
— Chinese Romanticism
It will be as beautiful as a full moon and it will illuminate eight times more. Well, it will probably also be more fake and definitely less romantic. What we do know is that a second moon will be launched into orbit by 2020 to illuminate the streets of Chengdu, one of the most densely populated cities in China.
The satellite, designed by the aerospace scientists of one of the most important research centres in China, is an actual artificial moon, capable of reflecting the light of the Sun during the night over an area between 10 and 80 kilometers. The “wow effect” is guaranteed. Energy saving too. What no one can predict is what the werewolf’s reaction will be.