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MSFS Did someone find how to add lights or red beacon lights to scenery?

Been trying to find the wind turbine to see how they did it but no luck there. Even if I do find it not sure I'd even know how to view it's settings. Really look forward to when the SDK is complete and all information is available for us to find.
I created the flashing beacon (2 pairs flashing not i sync on the helipad + corners of the hostpital). A useful bit: I made beacon bulb small in Blender (0.1x0.1x0.1) and then en;arged it x10 in MSFS scaling - that gave it reasonably small sphere appearence when close, but hugely increased the distance when it disappears. So it's visible from quite far. I made lights weak (5 x 50W) so they olluminate realistically. Still, the larger distance would be nice, and to not look reidiculous spheres/bulbs are not huge, so the point of light are not visible from the distance, only the illumination is. Well, it's better than nothing, but it's not great.