This light emitting system is 21,700 times brighter

To find out how different materials will behave when interacting with a bright light, it is not necessary to send them into space closer to the sun. It is enough to take advantage of the development of scientists from the Swiss Higher Technical School Zurich, which created a light-emitting system, 21 700 times the largest brightness of the Sun.

The device is 18 xenon arc tubes with a capacity of 2, 5 kW aimed at one point. Their bright white light in its spectrum is close to the daily, and the brightness of the total light spot at the focus point is the brightness of 21, 700 stars like the sun. It is not surprising that the light emitted light at the focus point creates the world's largest area on the entire planet.