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The 38,100-meter advertisement
Alex Kroll | October 16, 2012
Arthur C. Clarke penned a story called Watch This Space about scientists releasing a sodium cloud over the moon that becomes luminescent when exposed to the sun's rays. Of course, a nefarious advertising agency ensures that the cloud is released in the form of its cola company client's logo, achieving "the greatest advertising coup" in history.
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