China will send artificial 'moon' in space to illuminate cities

China's industrialist has created an ambitious plan to start with, under which 2020 claims to launch an artificial moon in space to publish a city of China.

Neighboring country China is going to launch an artificial "moon" in space, which is expected to illuminate one of the largest cities in the country. The light of this artificial "moon" will be eight times more than the real "moon", which will not require street lights in Chengdu city.

According to the Asia Times news, Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province of China, has announced that by 2020, he will set up a satellite in space orbit which will illuminate the city by reflecting sunlight. Chengdu city officials claim that the light of this satellite will be so much that it will not require street lights in the city. The satellite will use a reflective coating which will illuminate the light reflecting 50 square miles of Earth area.

This launch is based on the plans of the Russian researchers in 1999, with the help of a mirror placed in the classroom, plans to brighten Siberia's cities. China hopes that this technology will prove to be an economical alternative to electricity.

According to the reports, the technique of artificial moon was being evaluated in Chengdu city for many years and after its test many times it was decided that this technique is now ready for launch. According to the report, this revolutionary idea is the brainchild of China's businessman and Wu Shunfeng, chairman of Chengdu Aerospace Science and Technology Microelectronics Systems Research Institute. Shunfeng says that the initial test has been completed and this satellite will be ready by 20020.

However, the use of this artificial moon has started to question that due to lack of night it will have its side effects on the city and surrounding animals.