Origin of Cool: Japan
Super Moon Lamp by Eisuke Tachikawa
This lamp represents the Super Moon (the biggest full moon in a cycle of 18 years that was witnessed earlier this year). It is composed of LED lights and is an accurate presentation of the moon, based on the lunar orbiter Kaguya’s 3D topographic data of the moon.
By David J Lowe
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