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Spectacular Light Show: Unprecedented Man-Made Meteor Shower Might Open the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

This artist rendering released by Japan Sport Council shows the new National Stadium, the main venue Tokyo plans to build for the 2020 Summer Olympics. The futuristic 80,000-seat main stadium will be the centerpiece, touted by organizers as one of the most advanced in the world. Designed by Zaha Hadid, it will go up on the site of the Olympic Stadium from 1964, the last time Tokyo was host. The Japanese capital, selected Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 over Istanbul and Madrid to host in 2020, will also reuse three venues from the 1964 Games, demonstrating a commitment to its Olympic legacy. The main stadium, which will have a retractable roof, is expected to be finished in time to host the 2019 Rugby World Cup. (AP Photo/Japan Sport  Council)
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This artist rendering released by Japan Sport Council shows the new National Stadium, the main venue Tokyo plans to build for the 2020 Summer Olympics. The futuristic 80,000-seat main stadium will be the centerpiece, touted by organizers as one of the most advanced in the world. Designed by Zaha Hadid, it will go up on the site of the Olympic Stadium from 1964, the last time Tokyo was host. The Japanese capital, selected Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 over Istanbul and Madrid to host in 2020, will also reuse three venues from the 1964 Games, demonstrating a commitment to its Olympic legacy. The main stadium, which will have a retractable roof, is expected to be finished in time to host the 2019 Rugby World Cup. (AP Photo/Japan Sport Council)

This artist rendering released by Japan Sport Council shows the new National Stadium, the main venue Tokyo plans to build for the 2020 Summer Olympics. The futuristic 80,000-seat main stadium will be the centerpiece, touted by organizers as one of the most advanced in the world. Designed by Zaha Hadid, it will go up on the site of the Olympic Stadium from 1964, the last time Tokyo was host. The Japanese capital, selected Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 over Istanbul and Madrid to host in 2020, will also reuse three venues from the 1964 Games, demonstrating a commitment to its Olympic legacy. The main stadium, which will have a retractable roof, is expected to be finished in time to host the 2019 Rugby World Cup. (AP Photo/Japan Sport Council)




The opening ceremony for the 2020 Olympics may feature something we’ve never seen before.

Japanese company ALE has designed a way to trigger an artificial meteor shower, and now it’s bidding to open the next Olympic Games in Tokyo.

The man-made meteor shower will feature 500 to 1,000 “source particles” that will each serve as a mock meteor. The company will launch a satellite into space that’s designed to drop the particles once it reaches a certain altitude.

Each particle is just a few millimeters across, but once they hit the atmosphere, they’ll burn up through a process called plasma emission and put on a spectacular light show.





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