Moonlight Collector in Tucson
There is a moonlight collector west of Tucson. Richard Chapin and his wife Monica have a 29-ton, parabolic moonlight collector, capable of rotating a full 360 degrees. The Interstellar Light Collector, as they call it, has 3,000 square feet of high-quality surface. This collector is capable of focusing moonlight a million times more than normal on an area smaller than a dime.
Richard and Monica Chapin have studied the studied the effects of concentrated moonlight on humans and the possibility it could cure diseases. They call their operation Interstellar Light Applications. Interstellar Light Applications is located west of Tucson along West Ajo Way.
Administrative Offices: Interstellar Light Applications
2626 E. Ft. Lowell, #2
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Telephone: (520) 323-3446
FAX: (520) 323-5461
Interstellar Light Applications web site: http://www.starlightuses.com/
"Tucson couple bet $2 million on power of moonbeams." Tucson Citizen. October 5, 2006 A10.