In 1980 a small team of friends designed a matrix of mirrors a mile wide, in the shape of a human eye in the Mojave desert. The mirrors were painstakingly engineered to reflect sunlight at the exact angle to be captured by a NASA Landsat satellite, 600 miles above Earth.

In 1980 a small team of friends designed a matrix of mirrors a mile wide, in the shape of a human eye in the Mojave desert. The mirrors were painstakingly engineered to reflect sunlight at the exact angle to be captured by a NASA Landsat satellite, 600 miles above Earth. submitted by /u/EricFromOuterSpace
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