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Footage Of The World's First 'Artificial Sun' Goes VIRAL

Photographer catches government testing sun simulator

By: Daniel Newton  |@NeonNettle
 on 11th December 2017 @ 7.25pm
 government testing sun simulator goes viral © press
government testing sun simulator goes viral

An amateur photographer and Youtuber claims he has caught the world first 'artificial sun' being tested by the government.

Youtuber MrMBB333 discovered the strange anomaly when he was taking pictures at Crazy Hore monument in Minneapolis, it was only until later he discovered something stage in the photo.

The photographer explains it was only when he 'altered' the contrast color on the images that the 'artificial sun' became visible.

This is not the first time an artificial sun has been reported though, many people from around the world have been reporting the same thing, but there has been no announcement from the government that they are testing such a thing.

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the  artificial sun  has been created to improve the production processes for solar fuels like hydrogen © press
the 'artificial sun' has been created to improve the production processes for solar fuels like hydrogen

However, scientists in Germany were recently testing the world's biggest solar simulator back in March this year. The artificial light which has been created from 149 powerful short-arc lamps, is being seen across the world.

Researchers claim the 'artificial sun' has been created to improve the production processes for solar fuels like hydrogen, which they say will be a renewable energy source in the future.

According to Johannes Remmel, a German environment minister, the expansion of the existing technology was essential to renewable energy targets: “The energy transition will falter without investments in innovative research, in state-of-the-art technologies and in global lighthouse projects like Synlight,” he said.

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