October 31, 2013

Sunshine sets on remote Norwegian town thanks to mirrors



For the first time, winter sunshine lights up the remote Norwegian town of Rjukan as mirrors high on a mountainside illuminate the town's main square and its residents.

So how does this all work? Well, the sensor-equipped mirrors, which are powered by wind and solar energy, will automatically track the sun so it can continually shine on the town's main square.

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