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The largest Moon on Earth
The 'largest Moon on Earth', with a diameter of 25 metres, floats inside the 100-metre high free space that is the Oberhausen Gasometer's 'main ring'. In virtually total darkness, the scene is set for this simulated satellite of the Earth using elaborate lighting. Visitors to the exhibition are able to observe the simulated Moon in all its phases. This picture gallery shows how the sculpture of the Moon was produced and installed.
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Last update: 03/04/2009 17:12:57